Where to Find an Image
- Digital Resource Center - DRC
This OhioLINK Database provides widespread access to images, sounds, video, numeric data, and other types of media information for the community and the world.
A digital library of more than one million images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and social sciences.
An online encyclopedia of medical images which compiles more than 48,000 images from more than 90 collections ranging from allergy to urology. Text contributed by more than 2000 medical experts.
- AP Images
One of the world's largest collections of historical and contemporary imagery. The AP Images collection is updated every minute of the day and includes entertainment, fashion, news and sports coverage from The Associated Press and a diverse selection of content partners.
For more than a century, AP photographers have captured the greatest moments in history, news, sports and entertainment, receiving 30 Pulitzers and numerous other awards in honor of their contribution to the images that shape our world. Every day, images from The Associated Press and its content partners are featured in thousands of newspapers, magazines and Web sites.
AP Images also offers thousands of graphics including diagrams, maps, charts, logos and more.
- Oxford Art on-line
This most comprehensive online reference resource for all aspects of art history from prehistory to present day contains
extensive coverage of World Art; unparalleled depth of information covering the civilizations and cultures of Africa, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, Mongolia, China, India, the Islamic World, Japan, Korea, Europe, North America, South America, Pacific and Aboriginal Australia, Pre-Columbian America, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, and The Ancient Near East.
- Ralph M. Besse Library/Media Center Slide Collection
Located in the Media Center, the slide collection containing over 14,000 glass-mounted slides covers the following areas:
Art, Western Civilization, American History and the History of Costume.
This is primarily a faculty collection for use in the classroom.
Students may view in-house.
- Picture Archives
Located on the First Floor, this collection contains over 400 notebooks with assorted illustrative material arranged by broad subject categories.