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Art History Print Resources Use this guide to get started with printed and online resources for your subject area.

Some useful shelfmarks for Art History are

Books are found in three collections: Core Collection Books in very high demand, available overnight. Short Loan Usually multiple copies of recommended course reading, available to borrow for one week.

N-NX Art

Main Collection Usually one copy only, available to borrow for six weeks.

N 5399-7425 Art History

Please note all books are subject to recall.

N 7443-7445.8 Art Theory

Journals can be found in the Main Collection, at the relevant shelfmarks.

TR Photography

Use the Library catalogue to find the exact shelfmark and location for each book or journal. Look at the Resource List catalogue to find an online copy of your course reading.

InfoSuss is a set of online tutorials that will help you to use the Library more effectively. It will guide you through :     

searching the Catalogue interpreting your course reading identifying relevant information using the Electronic Library referencing your sources correctly and avoiding plagiarism.

Access InfoSuss from the Library website: www.sussex.ac.uk/library

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Art History Use this guide to get started with printed and online resources for your subject area.

Access the Electronic Library from anywhere with an internet connection. Use your ITS username and password to log in. www.sussex.ac.uk/library/ electronic

Online Resources The Electronic Library is our collection of online resources. This includes journals, newspapers, e-books and powerful search tools for finding articles and high quality Information. See the Electronic Library homepage for guidance or pick up a helpsheet in the Library for guidance. Choose the Online Journals link to view a searchable list of our titles. Or browse by category. Use QuickSearch to easily find articles on a topic within the field of Art History. Save your results to your own space called “My Favourites”. Webcast tutorials are available on the Electronic Library homepage to help you with searching and understanding your results. Helpsheets are also available in the Library. Have a look at our new interactive subject pages for more help with your studies and research. You can  View the most relevant online resources for Art History  See useful websites  View and set up RSS feeds  Get hints for finding printed and online information  Use our online chat facility to get instant help Find them on the Library website: www.sussex.ac.uk/library

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