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Research Guide, DSGN 362 363: Course Guide

Supporting research and topical prompts for History of Interior Design Seminar

In this Guide

Visual Resources
Topical Search
Research & Writing

Art & Architecture Library Visit

Browse from Here

Visual Resources
      Country profiles, economic drivers, and data visualization.

Topical Search

Research & Writing

Browse from Here... the Book

The marks of quality Art, Architecture, and Design images found through Google may lack the genuine experience of browsing. You may find the book or article "online" but there are advantages to browsing books and monographs:

- CONTEXT. Context scales from related text and images in a chapter to books on the shelf. Browsing from book to book, skimming pages, are all part of Serendipitous Browsing. 

- QUALITY. Images online can be high quality when "born digital" but often they are REproductions which are pixilated, blurry or cropped. Not to mention, maybe plagiarized.

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