Becoming a Subscriber: K-12 Schools
We have three levels of K-12 School classification: Schools I, Schools II, and Schools III. ARTstor uses the following information to determine a K-12 school's classification:
- Per-pupil expenditure (PPX), based on total operating budget for public schools or annual tuition for independent schools
- Student full-time enrollment (FTE) at the school
Please contact Library Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org to determine your school's classification.
ARTstor Subscription for School Districts and Groups
Because school districts and groups in the K-12 community vary widely in their organization, we will need to discuss ARTstor subscription for these institutions on a case-by-case basis. Please email us for more information.
(US) View the entire ARTstor Digital Library License Agreement in PDF format (153 KB). You may print or save the document.
(Outside US) View the entire ARTstor Digital Library License Agreement in PDF format (225 KB). You may print or save the document.
Once the agreement is signed, please send 2 original copies to the address below (one ARTstor countersigned copy will be returned to you). If you wish to accelerate the process, please also scan/email or fax us a copy of the agreement.
- Library Relations, ARTstor
151 East 61st Street
New York, NY 10065
Tel: +1.866.248.2691 (Toll-free)
Highlights of ARTstor's Digital Library License Agreement
- Authorized users: Consistent with other electronic resources licensed by libraries, authorized users includes not only students, faculty, and staff, but also anyone physically present in the library or other facilities of your institution.
- Site license: Access is not limited to the library building. Authorization is generally controlled by IP address authentication.
- Remote access: Authorized users can access the resource off-campus in dorm rooms, faculty offices or similar locations, provided that they utilize a proxy server or other point of access to their IP address.
- Terms and Conditions of Use: A broad range of educational and scholarly uses are allowed, such as classroom uses, scholarly presentations, study guides, and course reserves, provided that these uses are noncommercial in nature.
- Sharing with other authorized users: Authorized users are permitted to share content from the ARTstor Digital Library with other authorized users, provided that such content is not in an unrestricted form (such as on an open website or incorporated into another work that is made available without restriction).