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New tools for instruction - ARTstor

The University of Minnesota Libraries present a special workshop series on ARTstor, a digital library of nearly 550,000 images from a range of disciplines—art, architecture, humanities, and social sciences. ARTstor includes images of sculpture, paintings, photography, drawings, decorative arts, and design and covers a range cultures and time periods. ARTstor is used worldwide by educators, scholars, and students at universities, museums, public libraries, and K-12 schools for research, presentations, and image sharing.

Students, faculty, and staff have free access to ARTstor through the University of Minnesota's site-wide license. Users can search, view, download, organize, group, and share images. Users can also upload personal visual collections to combine with ARTstor's collections.

The workshops are this week, Thursday and Friday. Click here for more details.