ARTstor is a digital library of nearly one million images in the areas of art, architecture, the humanities, and social sciences with a set of tools to view, present, and manage images for research and pedagogical purposes. The ARTstor Digital Library is used by educators, scholars, and students at a variety of institutions including universities, colleges, museums, public libraries, and K-12 schools. The Digital Library serves users both within the arts and in disciplines outside of the arts. This includes historians of art and architecture and others engaged in the visual arts, as well as individuals in fields as diverse as American Studies, Anthropology, Asian Studies, Classical Studies, Literary Studies, Medieval Studies, Music, Religious Studies, and Renaissance Studies, all of whom find the images in ARTstor to be relevant to their teaching and research.
In ARTstor you can:
- Browse content by collection, classification, or geography
- Search content by keyword or advanced search terms (e.g., date and geographic origin)
- Sort search results by date, creator, or title
- View images and image data
- Zoom in on and pan images for greater detail
- Print and save images and related data to other hardware (e.g. CD, memory stick, hard drive)
- Create groups of images for later retrieval and presentation
- Organize image groups into shared folders
- Direct other ARTstor users to images or image groups
- Upload personal images and sound files to the ARTstor platform
- Export images and image groups to ARTstor’s Offline Image Viewer (OIV) presentation tool
- Save citations for images or image groups, and email or print these, as well as export them directly into EndNote, ProCite, RefWorks, Reference Manager, or a text file
Any La Salle University faculty member or Art Museum employee who wants Instructor privileges should email Eithne Bearden (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the code and password.
Check out ARTstor’s video instructions – http://www.youtube.com/artstor
Please Note: ignore the Legacy videos, they are for the earlier version of ARTstor
For more information, click here.