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ART 264 Ancient-Medieval Dr. Julia Finch: Home

Resources for the Virtual Museum Assignment

Welcome to the ART 264 Help Guide

This guide was created to assist you with the ART 264 Ancient-Medieval Thematic Essay assignment.

Art is not what you see, but what you make others see. - Degas

On this page (Home), you'll see resources for: searching for books; where to look for books in the library; getting research help; contacting the ART librarian. 

On the next page (Online Resources), you'll find information for locating and using the library's online materials, as well as general websites with examples. 

Search for Camden-Carroll Library Materials (books, articles, media, etc.)

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Browse for Art Books

Browse for Art & Design books in the library using the following Dewey Decimal numbers*

700     The arts; fine & decorative arts
730     Plastic arts; sculpture
740     Drawing & decorative arts
750     Painting & paintings
760     Graphic arts, Printmaking & prints
770     Photography, photographs & computer art

*A floor map showing the location for these books can be found here.

Research Help

Still not sure where to find books, articles, or other sources for your class? 

Ask a librarian:    

  • Email    
  • Call: 606-783-5491 

Search for Books in Libraries Worldwide



ART 264 Powerpoint

This presentation was created by librarian Sarah Mollette as a Library Research Orientation for ART 264 students. Below are two options for downloading: Microsoft PowerPoint or Adobe PDF. 

Research Appointments

Schedule a one-on-one research appointment with a subject specialist.

They can help with any step of the research process, including:

  • choosing or narrowing your topic
  • finding and evaluating sources
  • in-text citations and works cited
  • and much more!

All you need to do is bring your syllabus or assignment sheet, and the subject expert will meet you in the library to assist you.