Virtual Museums (an excellent article, where these were found, is on Travel and Leisure)

You can see more of Google Arts & Culture’s collection of museums on their website. There are thousands of museum Street Views on Google as well. Google Arts & Culture also has an online experience for exploring famous historic and cultural heritage sites.

Guggenheim Museum, New York
Google’s Street View feature lets visitors tour the Guggenheim, which holds art from the Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary eras.
The Louvre, Paris France
One of the most famous museums in the world, you can view virtual tours of some exhibits via their website.
Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
This museum houses the largest collection of artworks by Vincent van Gogh, with over a thousand pieces (including several hundred paintings and drawings).
Musée d’Orsay, Paris
You can virtually walk through and see famous works from French artists who lived and worked between 1848 and 1914.
The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
This museum houses European artworks going back to the 8th Century, and includes sculptures, photographs, paintings, and drawings.
MASP, São PauloBrazil’s first modern museum, its artworks are placed in special frames so that they seem to be hovering in midair.
British Museum, London
The Museum of the World, part of the British Museum and Google Cultural Institute, is an interactive experience through time, continents and cultures, featuring some of the most fascinating objects in human history. You can discover objects from the British Museum’s collection from prehistory to the present, viewing objects from a multitude of cultures and listening to British Museum curators.
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
Explore the works from Vermeer and Rembrandt, as well as others from the Dutch Golden Age.

All of the following resources can be accessed using logins and passwords found HERE on our Google Doc (please note: you must be logged into your Wayne Hills Account to gain access to these)

Bergen Record Online- We have daily hard copies in the library, but to use the online version, go to

Biography Reference Center (Ebsco): Provides thousands of reliable full-text biographies, including the complete full text of Biography Today and Biography, plus narrative biographies not available in other databases. In addition to keyword search, users can locate biographies by subject occupation, nationality, activity, gender, lifespan and more. (HINT: if you type in “Artist”, you will find a variety of artists from around the world throughout history!). Go to Ebsco, login, then select “Bio Reference Center”

Classroom Videos On Demand: Videos searchable by subject or producers (BBC, TED, HBO, etc.) For subject index:

Discovery Education: Sign in through Classlinks. Short videos on a variety of topics, organized by subject and grade-appropriateness. Topics include Science, English, Math, Social Studies, Health, Careers and Workplace, Visual and Performing Arts, World Languages, News and Current Events, and Virtual Field Trips.

eMagazines: Through a partnership with the Wayne Public Library, students and staff now have access to THOUSANDS of magazines through Libby and Overdrive Here's a step-by-step video showing how to log in and find magazines on Libby, and one for if you would prefer to use Overdrive.

Please note: these are accessible through the Wayne Public Library - you need a library card number to access this. Don’t have a library card? Apply for one now by filling out this Google Form:

Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL)- An ebook collection of reference resources in a variety of subjects. Search for Cooking or Foods or Nutrition (or whatever you like!), and find all sorts of information. The articles are reproduced exactly as the print edition.

New York Times (Current Articles): One of the most well-known and well-respected newspapers for over a hundred and fifty years. (if you don't have a login and password yet, fill out this form)

Pop Culture ABC CLIO: Digital library of information on American and World movies, television, radio, music, sports, fads, fashions, and foods from the 1900’s to the present (with options to search by era). Weblinks to other reliable sites also are available on this site. You can search for “art” and find information, or click on a decade (each decade has a section in the menu for “Visual Arts”)

Other Resources:

OER Commons - a public digital library of open educational resources. Explore, create, and collaborate with educators around the world to improve curriculum. You can search for an art term or artist, and find all sorts of resources. is used by your teachers for turning in papers. Your login and password are whatever you made them (usually your Wayne Hills email and password), and your teacher should give you the class ID and login code for that class (you only need to put the class ID and login code in once- after that, when you log in, you will see all your classes).