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British Library releases 1 million images on Flickr

December 16, 2013

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The British Library has released 1 million images to Flickr Commons, that can be reused, remixed and repurposed by anybody.  Most of the images are taken from 17th, 18th and 19th Century books, which cover a wide range of different subjects. There’s more about this on the British Library’s blog, and the images themselves are […]

Teaching Information Literacy to Art & Design Students

August 16, 2013

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In June ARLIS UK & Ireland ran a workshop looking at new and interesting ways of teaching information literacy skills to art and design students.  Unfortunately neither Ian nor Rachel were able to attend, but the presentations are available on Dropbox. There’s some really interesting research by Glasgow School of Art into how their confident […]

Getty Open Content – 4,600 images now freely available

August 13, 2013

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Approximately 4,600 images owned by Getty are now being made available for use for any purpose, and more are due to be added.  They’ve put a little more background about this decision on their blog, but the images themselves can be searched for via this link. Images include such things as:

Website We Like: Graphwords

May 13, 2013

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Graphwords is a free online thesaurus which draws a concept map, showing how similar terms are linked together.  Type in a word and it generates a map of associated terms.  To view the meaning of a group of words move your cursor over the node and to explore a word and its related terms in […]

Lee Miller Archive

April 25, 2013

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A new website featuring the work of photographer Lee Miller has just been launched, featuring over 3,000 images covering surrealism, World War II, 20th Century fashion, and celebrity portraits.  Many of the images have not been seen before, and it’s hoped that more will be added to the collection.  The site can be accessed at […]

Conde-Nast Research Library

April 17, 2013

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Something a little light hearted today – this image was shared online today by the Conde-Nast research library. If you were to create a library , what would you have in it?

BUFVC Audiovisual Citation Guide

April 15, 2013

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The BUFVC (British Universities Film and Video Council) has recently published a guide on it’s website which specifies how to reference and cite a wide variety of audiovisual materials.  In addition to recommending how to cite a film or TV programme, it also includes more specific aspects of these, such as film trailers, or television […]