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  • The Scholes Library WWW Server at NYS College of Ceramics is designed to introduce Internet users to the Scholes Library of Ceramics, to distribute unique resources produced by the New York State College of Ceramics, to create a gateway to valuable global resources in selected areas of Art & Design and Engineering and Science, and to provide links to useful electronic reference tools for the Alfred University community.

  • National Trust for Historic Preservation Library Information about the Library at the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

  • Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library Columbia University, is an open-stack research library containing over 250,000 volumes and 1800 periodical titles. The Library is composed of three collections: Avery, Fine Arts and Ware. The Avery collection, one of the world's outstanding collections in the field of architecture, also includes materials on archaeology and the decorative arts. The Fine Arts collection represents the range of literature in art history. The Ware collection, the library's only circulating collection, is composed primarily of urban planning, housing and real estate development materials, as well as some core English language art and architecture books.

  • Cornell University Fine Arts Library includes information about the library, links to Cornell University resources and links to related internet sites.

  • The Frances Loeb Library at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, holds over 250,000 volumes, and maintains subscriptions to about 1,650 periodicals. Comprehensive coverage is provided for all levels of technology and research in the design fields. The library is particularly strong in its coverage of twentieth-century architecture, city and regional planning, American domestic architecture and nineteenth-century U.S. park and cemetery design.

  • Rotch Library of Architecture and Planning and Rotch Visual Collection Rotch Library at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, specializes in the subjects of architecture and architectural history; studio art and art history; film and video; photography; urban studies and planning; and housing and real estate. Collections also include U.S. Census of Population and Housing and census reports for Massachusetts and Boston. The Rotch Library Visual Collections contains slides, photographs, films, videodiscs, videotapes and CD-ROMS in the fields of art, architecture, building technology, city planning, photography, environmental design, anthropology, and archaeology.

  • The Wallace Library Special Collections at Rochester Institute of Technology include a wide variety of published and unpublished materials organized in distinct, but related collections. The collections include materials on all aspects of the fine and applied arts and photography, with greatest strengths in graphic design and applied photography.

  • The Rutgers University Art Library supports the research and instructional needs of graduate and undergraduate students, faculty, and scholars in art and architectural history, visual arts, and related programs and disciplines within the university.

  • Fine Arts Library at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC Very well done resource guide from the Library at the University of British Columbia. In addition to providing information on the library and its collections, there is a Fine Arts Internet Resources Page. This page includes links to sites in fine arts, art history, architecture, community and regional planning, dance, costume, artistic photography and design. Under each category, where applicable, there are the categories of electronic journals, exhibitions, galleries and museums, libraries, listservs, organisations, usenet groups and a general section on resources.

  • The Architecture Slide Library at University of California at Berkeley, is an instructional facility for Architecture faculty; the collection is open to all other U.C. faculty, graduate students, and non-U.C. faculty on a limited, 24-hour loan basis; duplication of materials is strictly prohibited.

  • The Environmental Design Library at University of California at Berkeley, is one of the premier architecture, landscape architecture, and city and regional planning libraries in North America. A branch of the UC Berkeley Library system, the Environmental Design Library is an open-stack library, and users are welcome to browse in the stacks.

  • The Arts Library at the University of California at San Diego has been a leader and early adopter in the development and delivery of digital reserves for image, audio, and moving image. As the first major contributor to ARTstor, a digital library developed to support scholarship in the arts and other disciplines, the Arts Library was the first academic library in the nation to digitize their entire slide collection. The Arts Library is also known for its outstanding contemporary music collections, especially its holdings in experimental and 20th century music.

  • Architecture Library, University of Kentucky The Architecture Library at the University of Kentucky houses the collections which pertain to architecture, along with related materials on historical preservation, historic interiors and furniture.

  • Fine Arts Library, University of Kentucky The Art Library at the University of Kentucky houses the collections that pertain to theater and the visual arts in the UK Libraries. History and criticism of western art, photography, and studio practices in the areas of painting, drawing, sculpture, graphic arts, ceramics, fiber and decorative arts are the major subjects included in the art collection.

  • The Art Library at the University of Maryland, College Park houses a collection of over 88,000 volumes covering art history and studio arts. Collections also cover aspects of the following interdisciplinary fields: photography, the graphic arts, interior design, and historic textiles. The collection is designed to support upper-class, graduate level, and research programs.

  • Subjects covered by Architecture and Planning Library at the University of Texas at Austin, include architectural design, theory, history, and criticism, historic preservation, building technology, landscape architecture, interior design, and community and regional planning.

  • The Fine Arts Library at the University of Texas at Austinincludes more than 212,000 books and scores, 900 current serial subscriptions, 34,000 phonodiscs, 10,000 compact discs, 800 video cassettes and videodiscs, 4,500 reels of microfilm, and 24,000 microfiche. Access to electronic information is provided via the General Libraries Information Stations, through UT Library Online stations, and UTCAT terminals.

  • Art and Architecture Library, Yale University The Art and Architecture Library, Yale University web site includes information about Yale University art resources, links to Yale galleries and museums, and links to art resources on the internet.

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