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This Fall, we are offering a series of workshops at the Fine Arts Library. They can be attended as a series or individually and they are open to all Cornell faculty, staff and students. You can find the dates they are being offered and descriptions below. We ask that people sign up for the sessions here. If you have questions, please contact Marsha Taichman, Visual Resources & Public Services Librarian, at met228@cornell.edu.

Navigating Library Resources (offered September 21, September 22, November 1 and November 2 from 5-6pm in the Fine Arts Library Conference Room, 300 Rand Hall):
Come to a one-hour overview of our collections and organization at the Fine Arts Library! This workshop will include quick tips for searching the library catalog for books, journals, articles, indexes, theses, images, and data resources, as well as information on document delivery and borrowing materials from other libraries.

Artstor 101 (offered October 5 and October 12 from 5-6pm in the Fine Arts Library Conference Room, 300 Rand Hall): Learn how to use Artstor’s digital content with useful pointers about browsing, tips for basic search techniques, and methods to refine your search results. We will discuss the ins and outs of the keyword search, browsing by media, collection, or geography, advanced search, filtered results, and more.

GIS 101 (offered September 28 and September 29 from 5-6pm in the Fine Arts Library Conference Room, 300 Rand Hall):
This session will be a brief overview of Tableau, SimplyMap, Social Explorer and Carto. Participants will need to download free versions of software in advance of the workshop to follow along. Please bring a computer.



The Fine Arts Library, located on the third floor of Rand Hall, houses research material for architecture, art, and city and regional planning. We also provide research assistance to the wider Cornell community. Please stop by to browse our collection, find a quiet place to study, or access our services for your research or production needs.

Are you interested in taking pictures of the Fine Arts Library? We would love to have more images taken by faculty, staff, students and visitors on our website. For more information or to submit photos, please email Marsha Taichman at met228@cornell.edu.

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