The Artstor Digital Library contains more than just art images. Collections cover photojournalism, indigenous cultures, architecture, history, religion, literature, and more, making Artstor Digital Library an incredible resource for the Humanities.
Artstor offers many resources to help you inform faculty and students across departments about the wealth of image content available to them in the Digital Library, including:
Use these logos and blurbs to promote Artstor on your E-Resources page and more.
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"The Artstor Digital Library is an image database of 2 million images from 300 of the world's leading museums, photo archives, scholars, and artists."
"The Artstor Digital Library is a database of 2 million images for use in the humanities. Comprised of nearly 300 collections from museums, archives, scholars, and artists, the Artstor Digital Library makes available high-qualities images for download, along with tools for exporting images into PowerPoint and creating citations."
Images for your Website or LibGuides
We’ve made available a number of images for you to use freely to promote Artstor Digital Library to faculty, students, and other users. Use these images on LibGuides, your website, and more. Feel free to crop, adjust the colors, overlay text, or edit in any other way.
Great for getting humanities students started in Artstor, these one-page subject guide handouts highlight relevant collections, unique interdisciplinary content, search strategies, and search terms that greatly aid discoverability across twenty-two subject areas in the Digital Library. You can print these and give them to instructors to share with students, hand them out during library orientation and instruction sessions, or leave them out in the library. You can also link to them on subject specific sites and LibGuides.
Highlights are listed below; view the entire list of subject guides here: http://www.artstor.org/content/subject-guides
Artstor offers many resources instructors may find useful:
Artstor is in a strategic alliance with ITHAKA, a not-for-profit organization helping the academic community use digital technologies to preserve the scholarly record and to advance research and teaching in sustainable ways.
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