The HAA Visual Resources is a University-wide resource housed in and administered by the History of Art & Architecture Department. The VR maintains the Cumulus database, consisting of over 70,000 digital images available for academic use, covering a wide range of subject matter and core collections in architecture, sculpture, painting, Greek and Roman art and architecture, Asian art, African art, and art of the Americas, as well as contemporary art for use in teaching and research.
In addition to the in-house Cumulus database, the VR also maintains a collection of Art videos covering a wide range of subject matter. The VR also offers digitization services for members of the department including image reproduction of film and photography materials as well as scans for use in Art History courses.
Along with the image resources, the VR also offers training for in-classroom technology and software used for departmental courses.