Concept map by Lowry Burgess
Library research is part of the artistic process
Basic learning outcomes
Principles approved as a working document by the Carnegie Mellon Universiity School of Art Council, August 22, 2008. Art Library Committee Document Contributors 2007-2008: Lowry Burgess; Ting Chang; Mo Dawley; Elaine King; Melissa Ragona
1. Research is rarely ever well-achieved in a straight line. It often involves a good amount of intrigue!
2. Start exploring as soon as possible! Use diverse resources. Navigate the open-access web, scholarly subscription databases, books, journal articles... delve the shelves and various other resources in order to make the strongest case for your research.
3. Ask: What types of resources will I need?