The Library now provides access to over 1 million high-resolution digital images with educational rights.
This guide is intended to help faculty and students get started finding and using images for their teaching, learning and research - in many subject areas including but not limited to art history, architecture and design, Greek and Roman studies, area studies, religious studies, material culture, costume design, and history.
Searching for digital images in the Image Catalogue and/or ARTstor
Creating a presentation in ARTstor
Using PowerPoint and/or ARTstor's Offline Image Viewer (OIV)
Appointments recommended for extended assistance on setting up image presentations for classroom instruction.
Marilyn Nasserden, Music and Art Librarian, Centre for Arts & Culture, TFDL 510H (403) 220-3795
Linda Fraser, Architecture Archivist/Librarian, Centre for Arts & Culture, TFDL 530B (403) 220-7662
Donations of digital images with perpetual educational use permissions, books, exhibition catalogues, Canadian artist/architect ephemera, DVDs, CDs, music scores, and, of course, monetary donations are welcome!
Donated material must be in good condition and normally must not duplicate materials already held by LCR.
For further information, contact Molly Taylor, Gifts Coordinator, Collections, MLB425B, Libraries and Cultural Resources; phone: (403) 220-3797.