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Featured Resource: Artstor

by Daniel Fitzroy on 2017-10-02T10:05:36-04:00

The Artstor Digital Library is an image database with the most comprehensive collection of images for education and scholarly use. Images are housed in one easy to navigate repository and come from museums, photo archives and artists. Many of these images are from important and rare collections. Images in these collections also include extensive metadata and descriptions. There are useful features, such as the ability to compare images and pre-filled PowerPoint slides with caption information. Teaching resources include Curriculum Guides and all content rights are cleared for educational use.

Subjects: Anthropology, Archeology, Architecture, Art History, Fashion & Costume, Literature, Religion, Theater, World History and more!

Content: Over two million images. Continuously growing and expanding areas. New Content added monthly. With more than 100,000 new images added each year. More than two million images from 280 collections.

Date Coverage: BCE & CE.

Update Frequency: Monthly.

Mobile Friendly: Yes, mobile site. Search, browse, and view image groups on iPhone, iPod, iPad, and Android-powered devices. Also, study with our Flashcard feature.

Key Features: Personalized accounts, Curriculum Guides, View options, Image Groups, Downloadable images and Sharable images.

Types of Searches: Keyword, Advanced, Faceted, Browse.


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