The latest addition to Copac (the National, Academic and Specialist Library Catalogue) is the Henry Moore Institute Research Library. This means that you can now cross-search their holdings of over 20,000 volumes specialising in British sculpture post-1850 at the same time as searching almost all the university libraries and many of the specialist libraries in the UK.
Copac’s homepage currently lists a number of specialist art libraries available through their catalogue, including but not limited to; The National Art library, The Tate Library, The National Portrait Gallery Library and, perhaps most importantly, The Book Library at The Courtauld Institute of Art. Among the very few exceptions of which we are aware are the libraries of the University of the Arts London are not yet searchable via Copac.
Courtauld staff and students are reminded that if they require a book of which no copies are available in London they may be able to request it as an inter-library loan.
An FAQ about Copac can be found here. Other similar services that may be of use to Courtauld staff and students are Worldcat.org which searches libraries internationally and Suncat.ac.uk which searches journal holdings across research libraries in the UK. If you would like any help using any of these resources please contact a member of library staff.Categories: External libraries, Online resources | Tags: Catalogues, Copac, Inter-library loans, Other libraries, The Henry Moore Institute | Comments Off