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Using ARTstor for Classroom and Reserves   Tags: artstor, images, reserves  

If you're using images in your courses, a great way to keep them organized and accessible to your students is through the ARTstor digital image library.
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Reserves LibGuide

Visit the Reserves LibGuide for more information about viewing and placing items on electronic reserve.

ARTstor Help

ARTstor offers a well-organized and up-to-date help page, covering topics from finding images to building your personal collection. In addition, the ARTstor user services team provides online webinar training options and self-paced video tutorials.

The University Library offers a Savvy Researcher workshop about ARTstor every semester, and can arrange for personal consultations or group training if desired. 


Using ARTstor for classroom or electronic reserves

The ARTstor digital libary is ideal for making images available and accessible to your students. Instructors may organize images into groups, include notes on a group or image level, and share groups with students and colleages at the University of Illinois via a URL. Students are enabled to view high resolution images, zoom in on details, include personal notes, and export image citations. Instructor created class folders may be publicly accessible or password protected. Image not already available on ARTstor may be added on a first come first serve basis. Please contact Sarah Christensen, Visual Resources Curator, for more information. 


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