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BOSTON COLLEGE FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT VISUAL RESOURCES COLLECTION

Pratt: The American School

The Collection's primary purpose is to provide the visual resources necessary and desirable for the teaching of classes in Boston College's Fine Arts curriculum. Thus, I base collection development on the classes being taught by departmental faculty. I will work with new faculty, or faculty teaching new courses, to develop particular areas of the collection if holdings in the faculty member's area of interest are deemed inadequate.

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The slide library

Digital collections

Requesting new digital images

Digitizing an entire course

Blackboard Vista image review components

Computer equipment

Going digital: Creating, managing & presenting digital images

Projection equipment

Student presentations

Beginning-of-the-semester checklist

Contino: Bridge of Sighs

Images courtesy of Saskia, Ltd.
Top: Matthew Pratt, "The American School," 1765 (Metropolitan Museum of Art); Bottom: Antonio Contino, The Bridge of Sighs, Venice, 1603