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Webinars Artstor

August 19, 2020
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM EST

5 Ways to Get Ready for Next Term with Artstor

Have a new prep next semester? Want to revamp some older course content? Or, do you really want to teach beyond the canon this term? Let’s talk about how to quickly refresh your course materials and leverage your group links for remote teaching and learning.
Join us to learn ways to use tags to organize your online content, tricks for sharing sets of groups with a single link, and how to make presentations that will engage students across the internet.

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August 11, 2020
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM EST

Global Perspectives in Art History

Let’s begin a new teaching year where our worldwide experience of the pandemic makes globalization even more relevant, with an initiative that presents a global view of art history. The goal for this session is to explore and illustrate an inclusive view of art history consistent with the growing trend in the discipline – art across cultures, rather than the traditional focus on isolated geographies.

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August 6, 2020
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST

All about Artstor access for your institution

Join us for this session covering Artstor’s access methods–what the options are and how to best use them. We will outline supported access methods, the admin tool, and the most common issues the Artstor support team has been addressing recently. You will emerge from this webinar fully prepared to facilitate access to Artstor for your remote and on-campus community.

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July 8, 2020
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM EST

Unleashing images across the Academy: visual literacy and interdisciplinary learning

This webinar promotes an image-rich experience across disciplines informed by considerations of visual literacy. We will explore subjects that invite fuller illustration, including the social sciences, environment and climate change, human geography and immigration, and the history of science and medicine.

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July 2, 2020 to September 1, 2020

Artstor 101 on-demand

Get a jump on working with Artstor! This session will teach you how to find content, make groups, and create presentations – on or offline. 45 min.

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July 2, 2020 to September 1, 2020

Artstor 201 on-demand

You’re familiar with Artstor, now go beyond the basics! Join us for a webinar in which we explore ways to save time and foster classroom engagement. Discover how to find primary sources that enliven discussion and stimulate further research, learn tips and tricks for discovering works of art beyond the textbook, and find out how to leverage Artstor’s curated image groups for grab-and-go teaching, assignments, and assessments. 45 min.

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June 16, 2020
1:00 PM - 1:45 PM EST

Artstor for Instructors

Find out how to take advantage of every aspect of the Digital Library to optimize to your teaching. You will learn best practices in creating and organizing groups, searching techniques, all about sharing and exporting content, plus even more tips and tricks!

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December 18, 2019

Artstor for Admins

This webinar will demonstrate all the features available to you in the Administrative and Statistics sites, and will cover ways to feature Artstor content on your LibGuides and promote collections—including free ones that don’t require a login—and tools to your users. 1 hr

Audience: Artstor Administrators

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November 21, 2019
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM EST

Copyright and the Artstor Digital Library

The Artstor Digital Library evaluates copyright before making images available to our subscribers, simplifying the image-use process for users. Join us to review some basic guidelines for working with images on the Artstor platform, including permitted and prohibited uses for Artstor Digital Library collections, and how you can use Artstor’s publicly-available collections, including Open Artstor. We’ll also save time to answer questions. 45 min.

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Copyright and the Public Domain Resources
Copyright and Image Use in the Artstor Digital Library

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November 14, 2019
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM EST

Copyright Law and the Public Domain

Copyright is complicated. But we’re here to help! Marcie Kaufman, Counsel at ITHAKA, will discuss how US law determines whether a work is in copyright or in the Public Domain. She will also give an overview of the history of US copyright law and its resulting complexities for today’s users, and discuss tools, including our new Copyright Checkpoint, for helping users determine the copyright status of images, books, journals, and other textual materials. 45 min.

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Copyright and the Public Domain Resources

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