Visual Arts Research Guide

This information guide was designed for students of the Visual Arts including painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, etc.  The sources highlighted here can assist in answering class assignments and provide sources for research papers.

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Find Web Sources

The following resources provide information to help you find scholarly resources on the web that focus on Visual Art topics.  

     American Society for Aesthetics - a site designed to promote study, research, discussion, and publication in aesthetics (all studies of the arts and related types of experience from a philosophic, scientific, or other theoretical standpoint).

     Artcyclopedia - Provides links to art images on the Web. The site is searchable by artist, work, and museum and browsable by subject, medium, or nationality.

     Classical Art Research Center - (The Beazley Archive, Oxford University) - Offers a dictionary and a searchable database of thousands of images of artwork, pottery, sculpture, and gems and photographs of ancient sites.

     Digital Archive of American Architecture - 1,500 digitized images of American architecture from the 17th century to the present. See also the Digital Archive of European Architecture.

 

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Academic Integrity at SGU

Plagiarism is a violation of the St. Gregory's University Classroom Academic Integrity policy.

Classroom Academic Integrity

St. Gregory's University expects its students to demonstrate integrity in their academic work.

Acts violating academic honesty include

1. Cheating on examinations, quizzes or other written work;

2. Giving assistance to or receiving assistance from another during an examination or quiz;

3. Plagiarism, defined as:

  • The use of anotherís published work (either through a full quotation, partial quotation, paraphrase, or summary of an authorís ideas) without proper citation;

  • The use of another student's work as one's own;

  • The purchase, use or provision of an already prepared paper;

4. Obtaining, or attempting to obtain, copies of uncirculated examinations or examination questions; and

5. Falsifying any academic record.

 

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