• Fine Arts,  Language,  Research

    Dear Latin Review,

    Great to see you!   Classical mythology in art project due after mid-Winter?   The research guide contains suggestions to library-purchased image and art databases as well as reliable sources for the script. Questions?  Thoughts?  Please be in touch!  

  • Databases,  Fine Arts,  General Works,  History,  Language,  Literature,  Research

    New Research Guides: Latin 2 and Latin Review

    Now on the Library site is a new research guide in support of the Latin 2, Caesar’s Resume Project. Also new on the Library site is an updated research guide in support of the Latin Review, Ancient Mythology in Art Project. Spotlight on:  The ARTstor and Oxford Art tab within this last guide.  This tab details the steps to collect images from ARTstor and swiftly import them, direct from the ARTstor database, into Powerpoint.  ARTstor has an excellent video tutorial of this process.  

  • Databases,  Fine Arts,  Research

    ARTstor Mobile

    The ARTstor website is optimized for compatibility with iOS devices. Once you have registered with ARTstor using your SPS email address the ARTstor Mobile site will load automatically when you visit the ARTstor website using the Safari browser on your iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch runing iOS 2, 3 and 4.  You may begin at the Library site, ARTstor’s direct link (if on campus), or via vpn.sps.edu if you are off the grounds. ARTstor mobile has the following features: Search – Search the Digital Library’s 1,400,000+ images by keyword. Browse – Browse ARTstor images by Collection, Classification, Geography, or Featured Groups. View – View search results in list form and…

  • Fine Arts,  History,  Humanities,  Research

    New Research Guide: Age of Anxiety

    New on the Library site is a research guide in support of the Humanities 5, Art in the Age of Anxiety project. A separate tab of sources has been created for those students researching war memorials (as opposed to paintings depicting war).     Research guides gather together the most pertinent library resources for a specific project, from the larger (and ever-expanding) universe of Library sources/collections. Please feel free to contact Ms. Sanborn (lsanborn at sps dot edu) for a research consultation and/or to discuss any of the items in this guide.