The first box, "All Items by Source", lists electronic resources specifically for Visual Arts.
- Visual Arts.
- Combined with Répertoire de la litterature de l'art (RILA) this is produced by The Getty Research Institute to index selected European and American visual arts material.
- Visual Arts.
- Combined with Bibliography of the History of Art (BHA) this is produced by The Getty Research Institute to index selected European and American visual arts material.
- Multi-subject, Film & Television.
- Streaming video via web, iOS app, Android app, Apple TV, ChromCast, Roku.
- 31,000 titles.
- Feature Films, Indie Films, Classics, Documentaries, Instructional Videos, Great Courses.
Multi-subject. 4,600 journals full text. Indexing for articles in 8,500 additional journals.
Multi-subject, Business, English & Literature, History, World Languages & Cultures. Full-text scholarly journals, books, and documents.
LexisNexis Academic [now Nexis Uni]
Multi-subject, History, Business, Political Science, Journalism, Social Work. 15,000 business, legal, and news sources. Includes The New York Times, The Washington Post. Information for over 80 million companies.
Multi-subject. Select individual databases for merged search results: 40 databases (mostly full-text), Academic Video Online, and Ebook Central.
Katy Van Arsdale
Special Collections Librarian
= Restricted resource
= Some full text
= OpenURL enabled
= Video files
= Audio files
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