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Art and Architecture History: ART 285

Handouts

Art-Specific Databases

Non-Western Culture Databases

Where is the article?

Click on the "Find it!" icon to find more information about where to get the actual article once you find it in an index or database.

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If the article is available online, you will see a link to it.

If the article is available in print, you will see a library location (e.g. King Library) and a call number.  Go to that library's periodicals section and look up the call number.  Make sure you write down the volume, issue, and year of your article before you go.

If no copies are available, click on the link that says "InterLibrary Loan Options."  Click on "Journal Article" and fill out the info.  We will try to find the article for you and mail or email it to you.

Subject Librarian

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Stefanie Hilles
Office Hours
1:00-2:30, Tuesdays, Art Building Lobby
Or find me on chat 12:00-3:00 Wednesdays and 3:00-6:00 on Thursdays!
Office hours will not be held on Sept. 13th and 20th.
Contact:
Wertz Art and Architecture Library
7 Alumni Hall
513-529-6650

Info about journals

"Is that journal peer-reviewed or scholarly?"  Find out more information about many journals in Ulrich's Periodicals Directory.

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Tips:

  1. Search by journal TITLE or ISSN whenever possible
  2. Referee shirt icon means it's peer-reviewed
  3. Click on the journal title to see what kind of journal it is (under "Document type")

Citing your Sources

Captioning Images

This research guide will show you how to caption images.