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What you’ll find here:This comprehensive resource offers instant, searchable access to over 170 books which combine visual inspiration with practical advice on idea generation, research techniques, portfolio development and more, across the main visual arts disciplines. It is an essential resource for students and educators globally, working across multiple fields of practice, including: Fashion and Textiles, Design and Illustration, Photography, Film and Media, Architecture and Interiors, and Marketing and Advertising.
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What you’ll find here:A Library of Congress and National Digital Newspaper Program joint digitization project. Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1789-1963 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present.
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What you’ll find here:Access to over 200,000 unlimited user, multidisciplinary eBooks representing a broad range of academic subjects.
How to use this database: Look at the eBooks User Guide on the EBSCOhost help page.
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What you’ll find here:The largest online newspaper archive with 12,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s. Search historical newspapers from across the United States and beyond. Explore newspaper articles and clippings for help with genealogy, history and other research. Millions of additional pages are added every month.How to search this database: Go to Archive Home page and look under "Get Started."

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