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A&AePortal features eBooks published by institutions such as Yale, MIT, Harvard, and the Art Institute of Chicago. These holdings cover art, art history, and architecture across the world and throughout time. The software also allows instructors to create custom coursepacks for students.
Art & Architecture Source covers articles, ebooks, and images in a broad range of related subjects, from fine, decorative, and commercial art, to various areas of architecture and architectural design.
This reference resource provides access to full-text information, both in-depth and overviews, on a wealth of subjects, from people groups to history to designer biographies. This is replacing World Book for the CCS community.
Flipster provides digital access to a selection of the Library's print periodicals, including "ArtForum International," "Car & Driver," and "Vogue." Both mobile and computer friendly, users can download current issues and (limited) past issues.
The College for Creative Studies Digital Scholarship unit manages over 300,000 digital images with metadata for presentations, research, browsing, inspiration, and archival purposes using Luna software.