Review the Research Guide for an overview of references for research in the arts.
Art Library professional staff are available to provide assistance to Queens College students and faculty in identifying, locating, using, and evaluating information in the arts effectively. Reference and research service is available to all members of the Queens College community during most weekday hours the Art Library is open when classes are in session. Questions relating to Art Library resources and collections can be handled by email, phone, or in person. Remotely, please use our Ask a Librarian service for a general inquiry or for research assistance.
Tours & Instruction
Tours of the Art Library, with introduction to its resources and services, are scheduled during each semester and are also available on demand. Course-tailored instruction and guidance on integrating Art Library materials into coursework and into teaching and learning at Queens College is available through collaboration with the Head of the Art Library.
Instructional Services addresses the range of programming offered.
Facilities & Equipment
The Art Library has four public computers, located in the central area facing the service desk. They provide access to all Queens College and CUNY catalogs and resources, as well as the Internet. While students are welcome to check their email and surf the web on these computers, priority needs to be given to patrons who are doing research.
Current patrons can print items from any computer in the Art Library to networked pay-to-print stations located on Level 2. Please remember to identify your printing so that you can easily retrieve it. Once you have sent all materials you require to the printer, you will need to log into the pay-to-print station and pay prior to receiving your printed materials. See Photocopying & Printing for more information.
There is no photocopier on Level 6. Copiers are located on Level 2. See Photocopying & Printing for more information.
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