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At Woodbury Library there are several platforms that you may use to access eooks. Most of these are listed below. Woodbury Library currently provides access to tens of thousands of eBooks and is regularly adding more. Typically you will access an eBook as a result of a search of the Woodbury Library Catalog, but you may also connect to the eBook platform directly and search and/or browse. For more information on access, see our eBooks Research Guide.
Databases and eBook platforms available for you at Woodbury are:
This guide will provide you with some tools and techniques that will help you to complete research assignments for courses offered through the Woodbury University Department of Interior Architecture. It is intended as a starting point for research and is by no means a complete list of resources. If you are having trouble finding information on your topic or if you have questions about doing research on topics within the field of interior architecture, please use the contact information listed on each page of this guide to speak with a Woodbury University librarian.
Featured Resources for Architecture/Interior Design Research at WU
These resources are commonly used by Woodbury architecture students and faculty, and have been placed on the home page of this guide for your convenience. They are also found, along with many other useful resources on the various tabbed pages of this guide, which you are encouraged to explore.
"The Avery" will help you navigate to magazine and journal articles on specific built works, materials, processes, architects, styles, and more. The descriptions of articles in the database include a precise listing of image types to be found within the articles, and the "physical description" limiter enables the user to limit the search to articles containing particular types of architectural images.
ARSTOR contains more than one million high-resolution images, including photographs and plans, sections, and other architectural drawings of built works. Includes thousands of architectural images from the Avery Library at Columbia University.
Use the WU Library catalog to locate thousands of books, ebooks and videos on specific buildings, architects, built works, materials, processes, and much more. Many of the books and ebooks in the WU Library collection contain diagrams, plans, details, and other architectural images.