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ART 320 - History of Western Art: Renaissance to Modern: Find Books, DVDs and eBooks

This Guide presents Library resources to assist you in finding articles and information for your ART 320 research paper.

Find Books, eBooks, Electronic Resources and DVDs in Barry's Library

                                                                                                                                                       Find Books, eBooks, Electronic Resources & DVDs            

On the Library’s Home Page, under the heading Catalog and Electronic Resources

                                                       

                                                Sample Search   

 

Using Find Books and DVDs in Barry Library search the Library catalog:
 
Find items in the Main Library using a Keyword search.
 
Using Advanced Search, to find only DVDs, under Material Type: limit your search to Video
 
Example: Search for DVDs on Art, Dance, Music, Painting, or Photography
 
Example: Find works by and about Richard Avedon: Search Keywords richard avedon  
                                                                                                                                                                     Example: Find biographies of Pablo Picasso: Search Keywords picasso AND biography
 

These sample searches lead to books, DVDs, ebooks, and electronic resources.

Note: items  located in Reserve or Permanent Reserve are for Library Use Only.

WorldCat - Find Books in Other Libraries

Use WorldCat to search for books available in other libraries. 

When you find a book in WorldCat, you can request it via InterLibrary Loan OR if it available at a SEFLIN member library, you can check it out using your SEFLIN card and current Barry ID. Please note, you must also return the book to the SEFLIN member library.

A SEFLIN card is available (free) to all currently registered Barry students - request a SEFLIN card at the Main Floor Circulation Desk.