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ART 281 - Foundations of Art Education: Find Scholarly Materials
This guide should help you with any research you need to complete your Art Education degree
Expand your search beyond South Carolina with WorldCat
Still can't find what you are looking for? Try WorldCat! WorldCat is a library catalog to many library catalogs from around the world. In other words, you will find many resources here that are NOT in / accessible through the Thrift Library at Anderson University.
Then, utilize our free InterLibrary Loan (ILL) service!
Select Online Reference Sources
Searching the open web to gather background information is one way to initiate your research. Another strategy is to consult the "reference" resources in the library, many of which are available online. Reference sources are also where you want to look for standards. For instance, give the following a try:
Credo Reference provides access to full-text, aggregated reference content covering a variety of major subject areas. The database contains well over 3,000,000 full-text entries in over 500 reference books, collected from more than 70 publishers. The entries are drawn from encyclopedias, dictionaries, biographies, quotations, and other sources. Credo is designed as a research tool and provides the ability to search, map, save, organize, and cross-reference the information in the collection.
Search multiple language and subject reference works from Oxford Press. Includes dictionaries, quotations, timelines, maps & illustrations. Use the off-campus access key to log on when working away from campus.
Caution: while Oxford Reference does not require a username, password, or personal subscription, not all content is accessible. Consequently we recommend that you limit your search to Full Text. Titles identified with a padlock icon are not available.
Caution, while Oxford Reference does not require a user name, password, or personal subscription, not all content is accessible. Consequently we recommend that you limit your search to Full Text. Titles identified with a padlock icon are not available.