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|What's in this database?||
ARTstor is a digital library of nearly one million images in the areas of art, architecture, the humanities, and social sciences, along with a set of tools to view, present, and manage the images for research and teaching purposes. Entire collections of images have been contributed by museums, libraries' special collections, scholars, individual photographers and photo archives.
This digital library of images will be useful in the fields of art, architecture and other visual arts, history, American studies, anthropology, Asian studies, classical studies, literature, Medieval studies, music, religious studies, Renaissance studies and more.
Note: Images are available only for educational and scholarly uses that are noncommercial in nature. Strict copyright guidelines apply.
Technical Requirements : Be sure to read the technical requirements before trying to use the software.)
Your ARTstor account: To make fullest use of ARTstor features and tools , you'll need to set up your own free ARTstor account. To set up your account, either use a computer that's on campus, or click the "Connect to ARTstor" link at the bottom of this page, and log in with your regular SRJC portal ID and PIN before you register with ARTstor. Here's information on registering for an account. Once you have your own free ARTstor account, you can access ARTstor directly from off campus by going to http://www.artstor.org and logging in with your ARTstor ID and password, instead of using your SRJC Library user name and PIN.
However, once every 120 days, off campus users will need to log in from on campus or use the "Connect to ARTstor" link at the bottom of this page to keep their accounts active.
|Sources||Image collections from libraries, museums, photographic archives, publishers, slide libraries, and individual scholars|
|Dates covered||Varies by collection, from 3000 B.C. to the present.|
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