Welcome. This guide is for both ART 101 Drawing I, and ART 102, Drawing II, sections taught by Amy Schmierbach. It provides specific resource suggestions for the artist presentation assignment, and how to find them online and in Forsyth Library.
How do I find books in Forsyth Library?
How are Books & Journals organized in Forsyth Library?
Forsyth Library uses the Library of Congress Classification System for it's books and journals. Items are organized by subject, starting with broad topic areas and getting more specific, so like items will usually be shelved together.
Where can I browse books on Education and related topics?
Education topics can be in several places in the system. Here are some ideas for browsing, but always check the online catalog to direct you to a specific item.
How do I find E-books in Forsyth Library?
E-books come in many forms at Forsyth Library.
These factors depend on how, and from whom, Forsyth Library purchased the e-book. If you have trouble accessing an e-book, please Ask Us for help, and we will try to resolve it for you as quickly as possible.
Last Name, First Name. "Title of posting." Name of Website, Day Month Year Published, URL.
White, Lori. “The Newest Fad in People Helping People: Little Free Pantries.” Upworthy, Cloud Tiger Media, 3 Aug. 2016,
"Title", Name of website, URL.
“Giant Panda.” Smithsonian National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institute, nationalzoo.si.edu/animals/giantpandas/pandafacts.
Website or print, includes paintings, sculptures, or photography
Artist Last Name, First Name. Name of Art . (Date of creation). Institution, city where art is housed. Name of Website, URL.
Wood, Grant. American Gothic. (1930). The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago. The Art Institute of Chicago, http://www.artic.edu/aic/collections/artwork/6565