Instructor privileges give users access to additional features that facilitate teaching with the Digital Library, such as uploading and managing personal collections of their own images and sharing images with others at their institutions using Institutional Folders.
To request instructor-level privileges, please email Seton Hill University's Artstor administrator, Dr. David Stanley, at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Users with instructor privileges can use Institutional Folders to share image groups with others at Seton Hill, either using a password or without restriction.
For more information about using folders, please watch the video below.
Artstor's Browse feature includes over twenty image collections for subjects in Social Studies and the Humanities, which can be accessed by going to Browse-->Featured Groups-->Social Studies and Humanities. These collections are intended to be inclusive, rather than comprehensive, and to act as an introduction to these subjects. In addition to these image collections, Artstor has provided printable subject guide handouts that give an overview of the collection and key search terms.
Click on a subject guide below to view the printable handout:
To assist instructors outside the discipline of art history, Artstor has worked with faculty members and experts from around the United States to create a number of curriculum guides, which are collections of images from the Artstor Digital Library based on syllabi for college courses. Each curriculum guide is broken down into topics or themes, each composed of approximately ten or fewer images that illustrate or support the subject.
The following curriculum guides are currently available:
To access the curriculum guides:
Faculty can share Artstor content with students via Canvas or any other course website:
Please note: These links will only work when shared with users from Seton Hill who are either on campus or logged into Artstor remotely.
For more information about sharing images, please visit the Artstor Support site.