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Visual Resources Has Moved to Raether Library!

If you have used the slide collection in the basement of Hallden Hall, you might be interested to know that staff, collections and equipment are now located in the northeast corner of Raether Library, Level A, just down the hall from the Watkinson Library. Nancy Smith, Visual Resources Librarian, is the contact person for image reference and ARTstor instruction.
Please stop in for a visit or call x2194 with any questions.

ARTstor Update

ARTstor database software improved – Try out this new Beta version or choose to stay with the old.  ARTstor-hosted Trinity Library Visual Resources Collection nearing 10,000 images!

New ARTstor Download Size!

Great news!  95% of ARTstor images now available at large 1024×1024 pixel download size.  Users may download JPEG images large enough for use in any presentation software of choice, for classroom and other noncommercial educational use.  ARTstor images of up to 3200 pixels may still also be downloaded for use in ARTstor’s own offline presentation tool, the Offline Image Viewer (OIV).


More Images Added!

1202 new images have been added to Trinity Library Visual Resources Collection hosted by ARTstor.  New offerings include: Spanish painting, 20th Century architecture, contemporary Chinese art, some Renaissance and Medieval works of art.  The images can be searched simultaneously with the rest of ARTstor’s image collections, and are available for download at 1024×1024 pixel size.  

ARTstor Hosts Trinity Library Image Collections

6,600 Visual Resources Collection images and 29,000 licensed Saskia Archive images are available in ARTstor to Trinity users.  “Enter the ARTstor Digital Library” and see our collections listed to right under “Institutional Collections.”  They can be searched individually or with ARTstor’s collections via basic quick search box or “Advanced Search” screen.  Save/download size is 1024×1024 pixels – suitable for PowerPoint or other non-ARTstor presentation tools.

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