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COVID-19: Doing Art/Architecture/Design/Archaeology research when print sources are not or less accessible

Do we have an e-version?

The library catalog is a good place to start to see what e-content is available to you in the form of books, e-journals (only some years may be available online), etc. (but NOT generally journal articles themselves). Do a Keyword, or Title Starts With search, and limit results to ONLINE under Access on the right-hand side. Browzine is a great resource for browsing e-journal content.

One may wish to install the browser extension Anywhere Access to enable access to PDFs available from the library wherever one is searching on the Web.

WorldCat, which is a catalog for the holdings of many libraries, helps to check to see if an electronic/digitized copy of a title exists (books). Results are organized by type. See tab at top for INTERNET if e-versions exist. 



For more information about the ETAS, click here.

Assistant Art Librarian

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Rebecca Friedman
Firestone Library, A-15G
609-258-3163 or -3783
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Subjects: Art & Archaeology

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