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Franklin C. Daiber, Peony. UD Library: Franklin C. Daiber Botanical Collection
ORGANIZATION
Coordinating cataloging controls in the networked world
By James Shulman, Artstor President. One missing aspect of a networked approach to digital content building is the capacity to build, manage, and use a network of shared authority files/registries/taxonomies/thesauri and controlled lists. Why is this major stratum of a national digital infrastructure missing?

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William Turner of Oxford, Shepherd Boy on a Hillside, ca. 1840. Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
EVENTS
Artstor at the AP® Annual Conference
Join us this July 22–26 in Austin, TX at booth 313 to learn about our new AP® Teaching Resources, including Art History, US History, and European History. Dana Howard, Artstor's Senior K-12 Relationship Manager and an experienced AP® Art History teacher, will be doing two presentations.

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AGREEMENT
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Artstor and the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation are collaborating to make available approximately 1,000 images of works from the Foundation's collections in the Digital Library.

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AGREEMENT
Hofstra University Museum
Artstor and the Hofstra University Museum are collaborating to make 200 images from the Museum's permanent collection available in the Digital Library.

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AGREEMENT
Pacita Abad Art Estate

Artstor and the Pacita Abad Art Estate are collaborating to make available 500 images of the artist's works in the Digital Library.

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AGREEMENT
More images from the Colby College Museum of Art

Artstor and the Colby College Museum are collaborating to make available approximately 1,000 additional images from the museum's permanent collection in the Digital Library.

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WEBINAR
Sets and Filters: Manage your collections and organize your workflow with Shared Shelf

Learn about the tool's digital asset management and organization tools, including searching, sets, filters and interface customization.

July 30, 11:30 AM ET

AGREEMENT
Worcester Art Museum

Artstor and the Worcester Art Museum are collaborating to release more than 20,000 images of artworks from the Museum's permanent collection in the Digital Library.

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AGREEMENT
Tufts University Art Gallery
Artstor is collaborating with the Tufts University Art Gallery to release 2,000 images from the University's permanent art collection in the Digital Library.

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Go to Shared Shelf Commons
TIP AND TOOLS
Shared Shelf Tips: Required Fields

It’s easy to ensure that your media collection is properly catalogued in Shared Shelf when publishing it on the Artstor Workspace, Shared Shelf Commons, DPLA, or other publishing targets.

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Go to Shared Shelf Commons
TIP AND TOOLS
#ARTSTORtips

In addition to still images, you can find videos, audio files, 3D images, and panorama (QTVR) files within the Artstor Workspace. You can search by media type!

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SUMMARY
This month: A challenge for the Digital Humanities, new agreements for more than 25,000 new images from five new contributors and one existing contributor, discover different media in the Digital Library, learn how to make required fields in Shared Shelf, and join us at the AP® Annual Conference.

WEBINAR
The Artstor Digital Library and Shared Shelf: A Complete Solution
Discover how the Artstor Digital Library and Shared Shelf work together to provide a complete solution for accessing, sharing and managing images and media.

July 14, 1:00 PM ET
July 27, 4:00 PM ET


WEBINAR
Context, Compare and Contrast in the New AP® Art History Curriculum
Discover and share ideas on ways to provide cultural context for the 250 key works of art in the AP® Art History Curriculum while also drawing interesting points of comparison and contrast.

July 16, 2:00 PM ET


WEBINAR
More than Just Art: Images in Psychology

Tools and tips for finding images in the Digital Library to support Psychology courses.

July 17, 1:00 PM ET


WEBINAR
What can you do with the Artstor Digital Library?

Learn how faculty, librarians, and students at a range of colleges and universities are using the Artstor Digital Library.

July 20, 3:00 PM ET


WEBINAR
Get Organized! Making Sense of Folders and Image Groups
Refine your use of the library by utilizing saved searches, creating image groups and folders with different access levels, and sharing this content through downloads and exports.

July 23, 11:00 AM ET


WEBINAR
Making the Most of Your Presentations: Artstor Digital Library Resources for Teaching and Presenting
Presenting images with the Image Viewer, downloading images and groups, exporting to Powerpoint or as a zip file, and the OIV (Offline Image Viewer).

July 24, 12:00 PM ET


WEBINAR
Introduction to Shared Shelf: Features and Functionality
Learn all the features and benefits of Shared Shelf.

July 24, 12:00 PM ET


WEBINAR
Artstor Digital Library for Architecture
Highlights how images in the Artstor Digital Library could be used in an Architecture course

July 29, 2:00 PM ET


WEBINAR
Teaching Resources: The Artstor Digital Library for Instructors
Learn how to use the many features and tools in the Artstor Digital Library to support your use of images in your classroom.

July 31, 11:00 AM ET


Caption: Louis Lafon, Railyard Scene, c. 1880. Image from The Trout Gallery, Dickinson College.

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