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Course & Subject Guides

Art History - Greensburg Campus

This guide will assist you in your research for Dr. McAlister's Art History courses. It will also provide you with links to helpful sites and people.

Request Material in PittCat

You can request material through PittCat using Get It, even for material that we do not own. You must be signed in and then click on the item you need. Options within the item:

If you have any questions about this, please contact us so we can work with you to try and get the material you need.

Books on Art History

When searching for items in the field of art history, narrow down your research to a particular period, region or topic, for example: Renaissance Art in Florence, Van Gogh, impressionism, etc. Use Get It to order materials from other Pitt campuses.  Art books at the Greensburg campus can be found both in the general collection as well as the Oversize area - be sure to check the location in PittCat.

PittCat

PittCat PittCat is the main searching tool for all of the materials owned by the University Library System (ULS), including articles, books, ebooks, journal articles, ejournals, audio and video, digital images, government documents, microfilm and movies.

Save, Email, & Export

push pinAs you search in PittCat, you can keep track of important items by saving them to your Saved Records list.  To save a record you must be signed into PittCat.  Select the record you want to save, and select the push pin icon in the upper right of that record.

To see your saved records, you can click on the push pin next to your name in the upper right corner or click on your name to open the drop-down menu and select My Favorites. Select the Saved Records heading to see a list of those items you have saved.

You can print, email, or export your selected items individually or as a selected group.

Use the EndNote/Zotero feature to save the items to import into citation management products.