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Reference and Instruction

Art librarians Cara List and Karyn Hinkle welcome opportunities for individual and group research assistance, instruction, and consultation. Please contact them to set up an appointment.

Located in the Martin Reading Room are three networked public workstations, as well as two flatbed scanners, color and black- and-white printers, and color and black-and-white photocopiers, which also allow for scanning and electronic delivery. Both the Martin Reading Room and the Architecture Reading Room are equipped with wireless access to the NU network and outlets for laptops. Information on prices for copying and printing, as well as wireless network access is available here.

The Art Research Center

Study space in the Art Research Center, adjacent to the Art Library reading rooms on the third floor of Deering Library, is available to Art History faculty and graduate students on a first-come, first-served basis. To request a carrel shelf in the Art Research Center, please complete an application. More information on the administration of carrels in Northwestern University Library is available here.

Images and Scanning

For help with digital images, please contact the Art Library, or consult the Digital Images guide. For information about digitizing images, audio, or video materials, please contact the Digital Collections Department.