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Investigating New York City Architecture
Description: Researching the architecture of a building in New York City can be difficult and bewildering. This class will introduce print and online resources that can make this process less daunting and more productive. The collections of The New York Public Library will be emphasized, but important resources throughout the metropolitan area will also be introduced.
Prerequisites: Participation in all classes assumes a basic level of computer skill and experience.
Classes are held in The Celeste Bartos Education Center, located in the new South Court building. Enter South Court from Astor Hall on the first floor of the Humanities and Social Sciences Library.
All classes are free. Classes are limited in size. No reservations are necessary. Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Classrooms will be opened 15 minutes prior to class starting.
Participation in all classes assumes a basic level of computer skill and experience. For help in learning how to use computers, visit our Branch Libraries.