2. Sharing Images
Once you have created an image group, you can place it in a public folder. Public folders are visible to everyone at your institution and can be found on the tool bar under Find or on the homepage under Folders and Image Groups. For more information see Sharing Images (from Washington Technical College, log information specific to WTC)
4. Using Images in Flyers
ARTstor downloads in two formats only: JPEG and Powerpoint.
Once you've downloaded the image, you can insert images into whatever program you are working in. For example, of you are working in Word:
To write text on top of the images, you must insert a textbox.
You can use the various templates and frames available for textboxes
ARTstor is a nonprofit digital image library with more than one million images inthe arts, architecture, humanities, and social sciences. ARTstor provides access to high-resolution digital images from musuems, libraries, and archives around the world. These images are available to the Cañada Community for eductional, non-commercial use.
All faculty and staff at Cañada have an ARTstor account with instructor privileges, including the ability to create image groups and folders. Your initial login is:
Login: email (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org)
You may change your password after logging in.
Click here to see what other teachings are doing with ARTstor.
ARTstor also offers a Travel Award to teachers who share outstanding projects in the classroom using ARTstor.
Viewing images requires:
For more information see ARTstor System Requirements