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Intro to Artstor

Learn the basics of Artstor.

From  Nicholas Dease on August 5th, 2020 270 plays 0  

Intro to NYTimes.com

This is a quick guide on how to create an account and get started using NYTimes.com.

From  Nicholas Dease on July 25th, 2020 226 plays 0  

PRATT SESSIONS 18: JUSTIN BRICE GUARIGLIA + ARIANE LOURIE-HARRISON + TIMOTHY MORTON

Guariglia, Lourie Harrison and Morton each contend with issues of climate change and ecology in ways that are both explicitly bound to their respective disciplines (philosophy, fine art and…

From  Donald Ketteler on July 2nd, 2020 0 plays 0  

PRATT GAUD SESSIONS 14: NEW ARCHITECTURAL MEDIUMS

We are pleased to welcome Michael Bell of Bell Seoung Architecture/Visible Weather and Greg Lynn from Greg Lynn Form/Piaggio Fast Forward to continue our discussion on New Architectural Mediums. Both…

From  Pratt Institute on July 2nd, 2020 6 plays 0  

DAGMAR RICHTER, ACCLAIMED EDUCATOR, DESIGNER, AND AUTHOR, NAMED CHAIR OF UNDERGRADUATE ARCHITECTURE

Acclaimed educator, designer, and author Dagmar Richter has been named chair of Pratt Institute's Undergraduate Architecture Department. Richter, who has been a teaching professor and chair of…

From  Donald Ketteler on June 3rd, 2020 8 plays 0  

Keyword Brainstorming

Your choice of keywords can make or break a database search. Watch this video for tips on how to brainstorm better keywords.

From  Nicholas Dease on April 10th, 2020 73 plays 0  

Using Basic Library Search Tools

First time searching for library resources? Watch this video!

From  Nicholas Dease on March 25th, 2020 153 plays 0  

Adding Streaming Videos to the LMS

Want to share streaming videos from the libraries' collections on the LMS? We can show you how!

From  Nicholas Dease on March 24th, 2020 54 plays 0  

Pratt: The Early Years

Compilation showing events, student activities, and academic departments at Pratt Institute.

From  Travis Werlen on March 24th, 2020 18 plays 0  

Armistice Day, 1936

Scenes from Armistice Day, 1936. The flagpole was created as a World War I memorial. The bronze base was designed by Pratt graduate Willard Dryden Paddock in the style of Rodin. The model for the…

From  Travis Werlen on March 24th, 2020 13 plays 0  

Intro to Library Research

First time writing a research paper? We've got you covered!

From  Nicholas Dease on March 23rd, 2020 97 plays 0  

Adding eBooks to the LMS

Want to provide your students quick access to our eBooks on the LMS? We'll show you how!

From  Nicholas Dease on March 19th, 2020 65 plays 0  

ARTIST TALK WITH MARIA DE LOS ANGELES

Organized & moderated by Dr. Layla Zami In the realm of the HA&D pilot seminar on Art & Social JusticeCo-sponsored by the Department of Social Science and Cultural Studies, History of Art…

From  Pratt Institute on March 3rd, 2020 33 plays 0  

THE ANNA AND JOSEPH SYROP ANNUAL LECTURE: STEPHANIE GOTO

Join award-winning architect and designer Stephanie Goto for a reflection on her work and recent and forthcoming projects at the Anna and Joseph Syrop Annual Lecture endowed by the Selz Foundation…

From  Pratt Institute on February 25th, 2020 29 plays 0  

JESSE REISER - PROJECTS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES + DISCUSSION

JESSE REISER - PROJECTS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES + DISCUSSION WITH GAUD CHAIR DAVID ERDMAN Jesse Reiser, Principal Reiser+Umemoto (RUR) Architecture, Professor Princeton David Erdman Chairperson…

From  Pratt Institute on February 25th, 2020 2 plays 0  

FINE ARTS VISITING ARTISTS LECTURE SERIES: SAVANNAH KNOOP

Savannah Knoop is a New York-based artist who insights strategies of permission and consent through writing, performance, and object-making. In 2001, Savannah Knoop founded the clothing line Tinc,…

From  Pratt Institute on February 10th, 2020 17 plays 0