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New books received in the Design Library on 4/7
See the exciting new books that have arrived in the Design Library!
ARTstor Digital Library Webinar - Discover Fashion and Costume Collections
On April 18th, ARTstor is going to have a webinar about resources in fashion and costume.
Image Discovery Week - Check Out CAMIO
(CAMIO) is a growing online collection of approximately 100,000 images documenting works of art from prominent museums.
Reginald D. Tillson Landscape Architecture Papers
An audience at the High Point Museum this week will learn about the Reginald D. Tillson Landscape Architecture Papers.
New today, 4/4
New today, 3/31
Image Discovery Week - Archivision Research Library
During the past year, the Design Library Image Collection added more than 70,000 commercial images from the Archivision Research Library. These high quality images cover of the subject areas of architecture, urban design, archaeology, landscape architecture and art.
Image Discovery Week: Glass Negatives and Lantern Slides
This week, we’re joining the Harrye B. Lyon Design Library of the NCSU College of Design to celebrate Image Discovery Week by highlighting some of the unique visual resources offered through NCSU Libraries.
Image Discovery Week - Learn More about ARTstor Digital Library
ARTstor is a digital library of over 2 million images in the areas of art, graphic design, industrial design, the built environment, the humanities, and the sciences.
Image Discovery Week - Take a Sneak Peek of the Dean Henry L. Kamphoefner Image Collection
The staff at the Design Library have been working diligently behind the scenes to digitize all of the 35mm slides donated by the founding dean of the College of Design, Henry L. Kamphoefner.