Biographical Resources

There are so many potential biographical resources that it is very difficult to narrow it down to five. There are general biographical resources, resources for people currently living, resources for the recently dead, the long dead, sources for people of particular countries, ethnicities, genders, people who were scientists or artists or sports figures – you…

Reference Interviews

Face to Face Reference Interviews I choose to visit the City College of San Francisco’s Louise & Claude Rosenberg, Jr. Library. While this library is a service directly toward the students it is also open to San Francisco residents. Some services are not available to all of the public, but certain circulation service are permitted to…

ARTstor

Presented by Anissa Malady via elluminate LIBR 210 Reference Information Services November 3, 2009 Bibliographic Instruction

ARTstor

ARTstor was created in the late 90s to address the oncoming need to have a shared digital image database for scholarly use. The database, which is only accessible through educational institutes, hosts more than one million images for use by scholars, researchers, students, curators, museumologists and those in the field of education. The site was…