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PHIL 107: Philosophies of Art: Home

How to Use this Guide

The content of this course guide is meant to accompany PHIL 107, Philosophies of Art, taught by Dr. Achim Koeddermann. A worksheet, found on your right, accompanies the guide. Each of the numbered boxes (Step 1, 2, 3) below correspond to resources you will need to complete the worksheet and, in some cases, additional resources will be provided to help you with your research. 

Help with your research, citation, and other library services is available at the bottom of the guide.

Step 1 Background Information

Step 3 Articles

Online Help

Librarians are available to help in several ways: 

  • Call the Reference Desk at 607-436-2722
  • E-mail a question to a librarian and receive a response 
  • Request a Research Consultation to meet individually (and virtually) with a librarian
  • Chat with a Librarian using the Chat Box below

Worksheet

Email the completed Philosophies of Art worksheet, or your answers, to jeanpaul.orgeron@oneonta.edu by April 30, 2020.  

 

Step 2 Library Catalogs

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Citation

It is important to include appropriate citation in your paper. The library has a guide that can help you accurately cite your resources. You can locate it on the library homepage by clicking the "Citing Sources" link, or you can click on the link below. 

Interlibrary Loan

The ILLiad system enables current SUNY Oneonta students, faculty, and staff to obtain academic and intellectual materials from other libraries. Your ILLiad account will allow you to:

  • -- borrow items from other libraries
  • -- make online requests for periodical articles from other libraries
  • -- review the status of your requests
  • -- check due dates of outstanding loans
  • -- ask for renewals
  • -- and much more.