ARTSTOR Now Available from Forsyth Library

Courtesy of Forsyth Library

Forsyth Library is excited to announce that Artstor has been added to the library’s portfolio of electronic resources offered to the FHSU user community.

What is Artstor? It is a comprehensive image resource for educational and scholarly use with more than 2 million high-resolution images from the world’s leading museums, photo archives, scholars, and artists. But don’t think the benefit of Artstor is limited to the fine arts. These images support teaching and research in everything from Anthropology, Archaeology, and Architecture, to Literature, Religion, Theatre, World History, and more!

Artstor provides robust user support through live-training sessions, video tutorials, FAQs, and many teaching resources like Curriculum Guides and LibGuides. These resources can help you and your students make the most of the resource in the classroom and in your research/scholarship. You can also request customized instruction sessions from Forsyth Library.

Artstor is brought to you through the efforts of Forsyth Library, the Department of Art & Design, and through funding from the Strategic Budget Plan Initiative.

For more information contact Jennifer Sauer, Scholar Services/E-Resources Librarian, (785)628-5262.

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