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Art 305: Art & Mass culture

Art Librarian

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Nicole Shibata
Contact:
She / her / hers
Oviatt Library
818-677-2281
Subjects:Art

Welcome

Welcome to the course guide for Art 305! 
Here you will find resources to help you with your research. Use the tabs on the left to navigate the guide.

Smith, A. Ellis. WCTU and drug store, Temple & Broadway, downtown Los Angeles, 1950. May 15, 1950. Los Angeles Examiner Photographs Collection, 1920-1961, USC Libraries Special Collections, Los Angeles.  http://cdm15799.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15799coll44/id/91483

Library services this semester

For the most up-to-date information about library services this semester, please check the library’s COVID-19 page.

 

Although the library building is closed, we are operating virtually and continue to provide research help and services.  Here are a few changes to take note of:

  • We are now mailing books and media from the circulating collection!  Use the Request feature in OneSearch to have materials mailed directly to you.  More information and instructions can be found on our Borrowing Print Books and Physical Media by Mail page. Please note that items will arrive 1-3 weeks after you've placed the request, so plan accordingly!

  • Interlibrary loan is available! All items requested from CSU+ or Interlibrary loan will be mailed to you.  Please note that CSU+ items will arrive 1-3 weeks after you've placed your requests and for any items borrowed from outside the CSU system, allow 3-4 weeks.

  • Books that were due on August 31 - September 1 were automatically renewed and are now due January 15, 2021.

  • Chat with a librarian any time with 24/7 virtual reference.  A chat dialog will appear as you browse the library website.  You may also access the chat widget directly.

  • Electronic course reserves are still available, however physical reserves of textbooks, books and media are not currently available. Please see Course Reserves Options while the Library is Closed.

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