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CSA Acquires Design and Applied Arts Index

CSA has announced the acquisition of Design and Applied Arts Index (DAAI) from Design Documentation. CSA will make DAAI available through the Internet Database Service (IDS) as well as on CD-ROM. According to the announcement, DAAI is the main bibliographic source for current material and information in the areas of design and the applied arts worldwide.

DAAI is a resource for researchers, students, and librarians in the field, as well as for active designers and artists. The database currently provides more than 130,000 entries, with up to 12,000 added annually. More than 500 major national and international design and crafts titles are covered in the database, and entries date to 1973.

In addition, DAAI features data on more than 50,000 designers, craftspeople, workshops, and companies, as well as supplementary databases such as the Periodicals Database, which contains Web links to the journals cited.

DAAI joins the family of bibliographic databases published by CSA and represents part of an expansion of coverage in areas of the arts and humanities.

Source: CSA



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