Did you know ARTstor provides additional tools and features to registered users? Registered users can save and organize ARTstor images into groups in their ARTstor accounts; these saved image groups can be exported as a PowerPoint 2007 file for classroom presentations. Saved groups can also be shared with other users at your institution through a stable URL link. Once you create an ARTstor account you can also add searchable annotations to individual images in the record’s Notes field with rich formatted text — including links to external websites.
Registered users can access ARTstor remotely for up to 120 days at a time. If you have already created an account, you can reset the 120 day remote access period by simply logging into ARTstor from your institution.
- For detailed instructions for registering, see ARTstor’s online Help.
Users interested in learning the basics of ARTstor or curious about how to further integrate the Digital Library with their curriculum or research might consider taking time this summer to attend an online ARTstor instructional webinar. Online training sessions are offered year-round, at no cost to users at subscribing institutions and take approximately thirty minutes to one hour. New dates are posted monthly — to sign up, go to the Online training schedule and click on the “Register Now” link next to the session of your choice.
- For ARTstor’s online training schedule and details, see ARTstor’s online Help.