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Architectural Studies: Start Your Research Here

OER

Click the link below to search for Open Educational Resources (OER) in Architectural Studies and Design.

LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com)

Kean University subscribes to LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com), which provides video courses focusing on creative, business, software, and technology skills. Click the link below to access Kean's subscription:

LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com)

This resource offers more than 4,000 courses and nearly 176,000 video tutorials. Access requires login with a Kean Google email username and password. 

Recommended Statistics Databases

The following databases provide access to statistics and other kinds of data.

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Recommended Image Databases

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Recommended Encyclopedia Databases

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Recommended Multimedia Databases

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Recommended Subject-Focused Encyclopedias

The following encyclopedias and dictionaries are recommended for Architectural Studies research. Books with a Call Number beginning with the letters "Ref" are shelved in alphanumeric order by call number in the Reference Collection on the second floor of the Nancy Thompson Library Learning Commons (NTLC). Books with the designation "Electronic Resource" are e-books, which are accessible by clicking the hyperlinked title.

Subject Guide

Ask a Librarian

Listed below are options available for you to contact a reference librarian and ask for help with your research.