Entire text of The Dictionary of Art (1996, 34 vols.), updated annually; 45,000 articles, 40,000 links to art images from major galleries and museums. A handy starting point for definitions of terminology and subject overviews: architecture, design, visual arts.
These collections, underpinned by an overarching taxonomy, have been designed to fit together seamlessly so that access to any combination of them provides a rich experience for users of all levels. Users can enjoy a diverse range of content types including textbooks, reference, primary material, monographs, pedagogical tools and multimedia. The Bloomsbury Visual Arts hub will provide an engaging, one-stop study and research environment with the needs of both users and administrators at its heart.
SRMO is a research tool supported by a newly devised taxonomy that links methods, terms and content. It provides research methods (quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods) across arts, humanities, the social and behavioural sciences.
Distinct modules are available that include datasets and video content (SRM Datasets, and SRM Video).
Digital collection of Australian information including newspapers, governement gazettes, maps, magazines, newsletters, books, pictures, photographs, archived websites, music, diaries, letters, personal archives and inteviews.