Art Magazine Collection Archives contains indexing and full text (including covers and advertisements) for Magazine Antiques (1922-2016), ARTnews (1902-2006) and Art in America (1913-2015). This archive provides a history of collecting over the course of the 20th century, as well as a comprehensive record of fine arts, art history, interior design, decorative arts, and architecture in the 20th and early 21st century.
"The AHRnet Biographical Dictionary of British and Irish Architects 1800-1950 includes approximately 3,000 entries extracted from the Art History Research net database Arts+Architecture ProFiles (A+AP). Searches can be made by the name of an architect or firm, gender, and the country in which an architect worked."
A large-scale collaborative repository of digital content from research libraries, the Google Books project, and Internet Archive digitization initiatives. Pratt users can now download books and create personal lists through the Libraries' new institutional subscription!
MIT Direct to Open (D2O) harnesses collective action to support open access to excellent scholarship. This platform affords open access to all new MIT Press scholarly monographs and edited collections from 2022 via recurring participation fees and provides participating libraries with term access to backlist/archives of 2,600 titles.
O’Reilly for Higher Education (OHE) is a collection of full-text books and other resources specializing in computer programming and information technology. The database includes more than 35,000 book titles, plus 30,000+ hours of video, proven learning paths, case studies, expert playlists, audio books, and more.
Open Square is NYU Press’s platform for publishing and reading open access books. A browser-based reading platform, Open Square enables us to increase the impact of scholarly work by making it freely available in a digital format and to experiment with new ways of presenting scholarship and adding enhanced content to traditionally published books. Open Square features new and recently published titles as well as a growing library of classic backlist publications.