Quiz 5: Finding Images in the Library and on the Web
- Name some reference books where you can look for images.
- In what other print sources else can you find images indexed?
- In which of the library's databases can you find images?
- What are examples of the HTML file formats used for images on the World Wide Web?
- What search engines have searchable keyword access to images?
- Name some specific image collections on the Web.
- Name some Image sites on the Web.
- The Dictionary of Art and the Encyclopedia of World Art
- Art Index, Illustration Index, and The Bibliography of the History of Art are all indexes that index images.
- Electric Library and EBSCOhost
- The most commonly used files formats are: gifs and jpegs. These are usually part of the Web address of the image.
- Yahoo Image Surfer, Google.com, Corbis, and Image finder
- Grove Dictionary of Art Online (in-library access only), SPIRO: Architectural Slide database (U.C. Berkeley), and SILS Art Image Browser (University of Michigan)
- Art Source and Digital Librarian