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Finding Images: a guide to using visual resources: ARTstor Training

Quick overview of searching for images at Emory's Robert W Woodruff Library and beyond

ARTstor help

Click here for ARTstor FAQs and help tutorials

http://help.artstor.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

Emory Community should use this link: http://pid.emory.edu/chtk7 and then click ENTER HERE

1. Log in to your ARTstor account. (You must have a registered ARTstor account to download images) * Be aware that some image providers do not allow downloads     

2. Double-click an image thumbnail to open the Image Viewer.

Kim Collins is Emory's local administrator; she can provide you with the user code & password to obtain instructor privileges.

The Images for Academic Publishing (IAP) program, makes available publication-quality images for use in scholarly publications free of charge to facilitate scholarship in the arts.

 

ARTstor Shared Shelf Pilot Fall 2014

The Art History Department, Carlos Museum, and the Emory Libraries' MARBL are participating in a pilot during Fall 2014.

As a result, the Art History Department’s Visual Resource Library image collection is now available in ARTstor. When you search ARTstor your results will include ARTstor images and some of Emory's local digital images.

Access to backend Shared Shelf cataloging software is part of this pilot project taking place during fall semester for Emory stakeholders.

If you are teaching this semester, please let your students know that they also have access to ARTstor for use in class presentations and research.  ARTstor is constantly adding new images collections from museums, libraries, artists, and scholars, and now contains over 1.6 million images.

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