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Finding Video & Audio
If you need movies, videos, music, or audio check out some of the library's streaming video and audio databases.
Learn more about the library's Movie and Video Collections here
IEEE Xplore Approximately a third of the world's current electrical engineering, electronics and computer science literature, featuring journals & conference proceedings from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). Current, archived, and redlined IEEE standards. 1988 to present; select content back to 1950.
ARTstor Over a million images of artworks, photography (artistic and documentary), and the built environment (architectural structures and monuments).
Coverage: Dates vary.
Finding Images using Library Image Databases
The library's image databases are databases that the library subscribes to. They are generally going to have more high quality, high resolution images than images you find through Google or other free image websites. Some of the sites listed on the Image Websites tab DO have larger resolution files.
This is a list of some image databases related mostly to art and design, but if you need more or other types of images, for example medical, historical, multi-cultural, there are many more on the Image Databases page.
Introduction to Using Artstor
Research, Instruction & Outreach Librarian