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See the World, with ARTstor--New Image Database
ARTstor Digital Image Library now invites Case researchers to explore culture, time, and disciplines through more than one million images from museums, photo archives, scholars, artists, libraries & photographers. From American Studies to Maps, or Photography to Women & more, ARTstor offers a rich view of a wide variety of subject areas.
Start with 22 Subject Guides for highlighted contents & featured collections. Three examples:
• American Studies: See people & events that shaped U.S. history and culture, with Magnum Photos of JFK campaigns, MLK sppeches, 9-11, Katrina, and more.
• Classical Studies: See the Roman Forum with QuickTime Virtual Reality (QTVR) for 360-views of ancient site excavations.
• Design: See 4000 examples of design to better understand design principles and their influence on public consumption patterns.
Features & Tools
• Advanced Search & Browse: by collection, location, 16 subject classifications, Sample Topics.
• Image Tools: Zoom & pan, use ARTstor's Offline Image Viewer (OIV)
• Organize: save, print, email, export, create folders & share
• Use stable URLs for images and image groups, embed in presentations & documents
• Create a personal profile to use convenient advanced functions
• Download courseware guide for instructors
• FAQ: find information on using the collections, permitted & prohibited uses, metadata, and more.
ARTstor is made possible by a joint acquistion from a special appropriation by Dean Cyrus Taylor, College of Arts and Sciences, and the Kelvin Smith Library. Discover ARTstor on Research Database list.
Posted by Karen Oye on November 15, 2010 05:01 PM