If you are not sure what building to research, you may want to start by browsing books, magazines, blogs, or other resources. If there is an architectural style, feature, or specific architect you are interested in, you can search for information on that style, feature, or architect to get ideas of buildings to research. The search tools you will learn about today are ones you can use to explore and select a building.
Once you've selected your building, you might still need to do a bit of research on basic building facts to inform your search strategy. A quick Google search, to visit the building's website or to Wikipedia, can help you get started. Here are some sample buildings, with the kind of building facts you might need for your research. You can use these example buildings during today's class activity.
SB450.9-467.8 Landscape Architecture
Z679 – Library Architecture