The Decker Library & MRC catalog now integrates access to digital images, slides, and other media along with books and journals.
Posted 08.18.11 by Jodi Hoover
- Art History, Theory, and Criticism
- Decker Library
- Media Resources Collection
- Undergraduate Students
- Graduate Students
The Decker Library and Media Resources Collections are finally searchable within the same catalog!
From the Decker Library & Media Resources Collection home page, click the log-in box next to the catalog link, and log-in with your MICA username and password for complete access to the digital images and 35mm slide records, from on-campus or remotely.
You can still search the books & journals in the Decker Library and the videos in the MRC from any location without logging in.
Need information about Salvador Dali?
Simply type Dali into the search box and find available books, journals, videos AND images - digital and 35mm slides. Digital images at high-resolution can be downloaded from the catalog interface, and a persistent URL is provided from the image record to save for quick access later.
Looking for images from your Art History textbook?
Look no further than our Art History Survey set collection. We are hard at work providing access to all of the images for the current editions of standard Art History textbooks like Stokstad's Art History and Arnason's History of Modern Art.
Visit the Media Resources Collection -- or email the MRC staff (firstname.lastname@example.org)-- with any questions about the new image access system.
"Face of Mae West which May be Used as an Apartment" (1934) by Salvador Dali
Persistent Link to Image Record