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DES INV 212-01: Designing Emerging Technologies II: Help

Art Librarian

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Lynn Cunningham

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Tips for Exploration and Discovery:

1. Start by searching an online bibliography, such as Oxford Bibliographies Online to find key resources


2. Search an encyclopedia, such as Oxford Art Online, to read introductory articles and mine the bibliography.


3. When you find a key text in UC Library Search, follow the relevant subject-heading link.


4. Search Google books to see ‘related books’ & search the full-text of the book to see if it is relevant.


5. Browse the library collection around key books -- either physically in the stacks, or using the ‘virtual browse’ feature online.


6. Read the bibliography of key texts or journal articles to discover new sources.


7. Search a general database such as Google Scholar.


8. Browse through current or past art journals. You can browse our print holdings in the stacks, or use and online browser such as Browzine. Download Browzine from the app store, or view it on the web.

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