This Guide will help you use the library to find the sources for papers and projects.
A pop-up Valentine, circa 1920, measuring 2" x 2 1/2".
Courtesy Wikimedia Commons.
Search the library catalog- WorldCat Local- here or on the Library homepage!
This amazing paper artist has been 'popping up' all over social media lately! To learn more, try searching WorldCat for sources on the subjects 'origami', 'kirigami', or 'paper toy making'. Also check out related YouTube videos for tutorials on how to make your own paper creations.
The library has subscriptions to databases containing scholarly articles in many subject areas, and articles from popular magazines and newspapers.
Tip: When you view a full record for an article, read the abstract, or summary, to quickly ascertain if it is relevant to your research.
An electronic archive of scholarly journals from the humanities, social sciences, and the natural sciences. Each of the 624 titles is an essential or primary one for its field. The JSTOR database is unique because the complete backfiles of core scholarly journals (excluding the most recent five years) have been digitized, starting with the first issues, many of which date back to the 1800s.
Formerly Grove Art Online, the database contains articles from the Grove Dictionary of Art (editor Jane Turner, 1996: 34 vols.) on every aspect of the visual arts - painting, sculpture, graphic arts, architecture, decorative arts and photography - from prehistory to the present day.