We have an entire floor (3rd floor) of art books! Use the Follett look up box on the Library Resources page, add the Destiny app to your iPad, or just click here:
Ebrary is a database of 90,000 ebooks. You can access it through the library catalog, by clicking on the icon on the WH library resource page, or by going to ProQuest (along with scholarly articles ProQuest also has an Ebrary access)
Don't forget you need to cite your sources. NoodleTools is quick and easy, and you can use it to organize notecards as well.
From the WH Library Resources you should be able to click right on it and there you are. However, if that doesn't work, go back and log in to your gmail, then click on the grid to find the NoodleTools icon.
To cite an image choose WORK OF VISUAL ART.
It should look like this:
Picasso, Pablo. Guernica. 1937. oil. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía,
Sometimes when you find the image online you don't get all the information. So you cite what you can.
Botero, Fernando. Pope Leo X (after Raphael). 1964