Museum Studies & Public History: Weclome

This guide will help you get started with your museum studies and public history research. In addition to recommending useful databases, this guide provides tools for browsing museum collections, ideas for staying current, and other helpful tips to guide
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This guide will help you get started with your museum studies and public history research. In addition to recommending useful databases, this guide provides tools for browsing museum collections, ideas for staying current,  and other helpful tips to guide you along the way.

If you have questions as you begin your research, please feel free to contact me, Lara Nicosia  (Liberal Arts Librarian), or Kari Horowicz (Imaging Arts and Science Librarian) – we are always happy to help!

Staying current with RSS

RSS feeds are used to automatically notify subscribers of new content added to a website or blog. You can use a free RSS reader service to compile these notifications in one place or have them sent directly to your email.

Need a recommendation on an RSS reader service? Click here or just Google "rss readers" to find your own. Not sure how to subscribe to a feed? Click here.

Websites and blogs to follow:

Staying current with Alerts

Many professional journals allow you to subscribe to a free alert service. When new issues of that journal are published, subscribers receive an email with the table of contents and links to each article. Journal alerts are a great way to stay informed about what new research is being done in your field.

Publications to follow:

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