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In the recently released new ArtSTOR interface students can locate image (folders) groups via a new tags structure. For example, students searching for ART 151 folders, should log into ArtSTOR, and from the ArtSTOR landing page or from the Browse menu select Image Groups. In the Tags column (on the left), they should locate the […]

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The art display case is one of our favorite parts of the iCommons, and once again, we’re looking for student work to exhibit. In the past, we’ve displayed work in many formats, from Brad Brehe’s welded Cuban sculptures to Bruce Kelley’s “Diversity Pod” ceramics to the current display of oil paintings from Joe Macca’s class: If you’re […]

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What database usage increased by 1087.5% during Spring quarter 2013? New York Times Historical! The library marketing committee featured three databases during spring quarter. The experiment was successful! New York Times Historical was featured in April on the homepage of the library website and showed a huge increase in page views compared to April 2012. […]

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Creating a PowerPoint slide presentation from ARTstor images is not difficult. See instructions below: 1. On ARTstor Digital Library block select ENTER HERE and then log into your ARTstor account or register for a new account. 2. Search for images. 3. Select images for your presentation by clicking on them (selected images will have orange […]

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Cannell Library and the Clark College Art Department unveiled the college’s new Digital Visual Resources Collection. To date, more than 5,600 art department slides and images have been digitized for the collection, creating a database that is available to all members of the Clark community with a Clark ID #. We are grateful for the […]

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ARTstor images are available for use in presentations for educational or other noncommercial uses in the software environment of your choice. High quality digital images — large sized JPEG files — can be projected either in the ARTstor online environment or in a variety of offline environments such as OIV, PowerPoint and Keynote. Users can […]

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