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NGRD 115 Visual Idea Development: Guide Contents

This guide showsart library resources for class assignments
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Guide Contents

Image of Norman Rockwell artwork "Save Freedom of Worship".

The image at left is from the ArtSTOR database. The work is by Norman Rockwell. This guide will assist you in finding graphic design resources such as books, journals, articles, and databases. In general, Graphic Design resources tend to be in the NC area for books (3rd floor including 4th floor OVERSIZE books), bound journals (2nd floor) and Current Magazine Shelves-CMS (Current Year Only-CYO), 2nd floor. You will also find information about visual plagiarism and citations.  If you have questions, feel free to contact me, Joan Naturale - I am the NTID and Deaf Studies Librarian and happy to help.

Image is from Artstor database. Created by Norman Rockwell.

Graphic Designers Books
Find out how to find books on your designer using the RIT Libraries Catalog.

Image Databases
Learn how to use the ArtSTOR database and download images for your class study or project.

Full-Text Articles in Art Full-Text
Find out how to easily find full-text articles in the Art Fulltext database and email, download, or print the article.Find out what the yellow MORE! button means-you can find the article in another database or request for free it via Interlibrary Loan.

Articles in Print Journals found in Art Full-Text
Find how to locate the print journal on the 2nd floor from the ArtFulltext database.

Visual Plagiarism
Learn about copyright and art issues and how to avoid visual plagiarism. FInd out about TinEye Reverse Image database which can find where the image you upload comes from.

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