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Sarah Christensen, Visual Resources Curator, firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshop will be held in the Main Library, Library 314. Take the north stairwell (Armory and Wright Street entrance) to the 3rd floor of the Main Library and make a left at the top of the stairs.
Do you ever find yourself wishing for a comprehensive resource where you can find, organize, cite, present, and share high resolution digital images? Now, look no further. ARTstor is an online database containing over one million digital images, QTVR files, and 3D models that supports your research and teaching needs. From ancient architecture to contemporary photography and everything in-between, ARTstor provides both the images and the tools needed to achieve your research and teaching goals. While ARTstor is becoming more and more diverse, participants should keep in mind that this collection is mainly focused on the arts and humanities. This workshop will include hands-on activities to introduce you to ARTstor digital library, as well as how to create and share presentations.
Please note: If you''d like to save the presentation you create during the workshop, please bring a portable storage device. You may also bring your own laptop to use during the workshop, though it is recommended that you download ARTstor''s Offline Image Viewer prior to the workshop.