SuperSearch is your best tool for finding books.
Use quotation marks around the name of your photographer to focus your search. eg. "Dorothea Lange" . This is called phrase searching and forces the database to find those two words next to each other, not distributed in an article.
If your photographer has a common name and you are finding too many unrelated items in your search, add a term to narrow things down: ex. "Diane Arbus" photograph
Bonus: Use an asterisk * (aka 'wild card') to include all possible endings for a root. Searching photograph* would retrieve photograph, photographs, photography, and photographer.
These criteria can help you evaluate any materials, not just websites.
(If "CRAAP" is too silly for you, try "PARCA".)
What if Brock does not have the article I need?
RACER Interlibrary Loan allows users to search in all Ontario university and worldwide libraries to place requests for items that Brock does not own.
First-time users need to register & create a PIN. More information here.
Need help? Watch the RACER Set up and Simple Search video tutorial.
Chicago Style is the required citation style used in the Department of Visual Arts.