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Artstor + STEM; the Codex Mendoza; Women's History Month; Artstor and ITHAKA join forces; Twitter chat on Visual Literacy; theatre in Shared Shelf Commons; Shared Shelf tip; Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism release
 
Alexander Archipenko, Carrousel Pierrot, 1913. The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation © 2008 Estate of Alexander Archipenko / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

DISCOVERY

Artstor & STEM: How art can enhance scientific and mathematical thinking

Katy Matsuzaki, Manager of Academic Programs at the New Britain Museum of American Art, explains how the immersive visual environment that a curated collection of art images provides can be an incredibly beneficial learning tool for not only the study of mathematics, but the other STEM fields as well.

 
 
ORGANIZATION

Artstor and ITHAKA join forces

The alliance will enhance access to multimedia digital resources to support education and research.
 
Joy Spanabel Emery, Decadent Rich 3 sketch, 1970. University of Rhode Island: Theatre Department Images
SSC HIGHLIGHT

Studying theatre with Shared Shelf Commons

Did you know that the Commons are also becoming a great resource for theatre studies? Four collections are now offering a fascinating view of the history and art of theatre, including books, costume and set design, and even photographs of productions.

 
RELEASE

Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism

Artstor and the Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism have released more than 16,000 images documenting mythology, symbols, and rituals in the Digital Library. 

 
EVENTS

Meet Artstor staff

Artstor and the Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism have released more than 16,000 images documenting mythology, symbols and rituals in the Digital Library. 

 
Pierre-Louis Pierson, Scherzo di Follia; [The Countess Castiglione Posing With a Frame Held Over One Eye], 1863-66, printed 1940s. Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art
ORGANIZATION

#artstorchat: Teaching Visual Literacy

Earlier this month 28 instructors shared their experiences, successes, and challenges teaching Visual Literacy on a Twitter chat with the Artstor User Services team. Find out what they had to offer.

 
Milton Rogovin, Family of Miners series; Woman in field harvesting tobacco, 1983. Milton Rogovin: Social Documentary Photographs; miltonrogovin.com
DISCOVERY

March is Women's History Month

Artstor offers a wide variety of excellent resources to support Women's Studies, from historical photographs to the history of fashion, and from canonical artworks to modern and contemporary art by female practitioners.
 
TIPS AND TOOLS

Shared Shelf Tips: Suppressing vs. deleting records

There are many reasons why a project administrator might want to suppress or delete records on their projects in Shared Shelf. Find out the difference and learn how to do both.

 
FEATURED WEBINARS

More than Just Art

Images in Women's Studies 
March 1, 3:30 PM ET
Images in Psychology
March 2, 2:30 PM ET
Images in Fashion and Costume

March 8, 10:30 AM ET

 
WEBINAR

The Artstor Digital Library in Action: Transforming Teaching and Learning with Images

March 1, 1:00 PM ET
March 16, 2:00 PM ET
March 31, 1:00 PM ET

 
WEBINAR

The Artstor Digital Library and Shared Shelf: A Complete Digital Media Solution

March 3, 3:00 PM ET
March 18, 12:00 PM ET

 
WEBINAR

For Subscribers: Artstor Training for K-12 Teaching & Learning

 
WEBINAR

Subscribers only: Shared Shelf training

March 17, 11:00 AM ET 
March 31, 2:00 PM ET

 
WEBINAR

Teaching Resources: The Artstor Digital Library for Instructors

March 18, 11:00 AM ET

 
WEBINAR

Unique Use Cases: Get Inspired by these Shared Shelf Projects!

March 25, 12:00 PM ET
 
WEBINAR

The Expert Search: Advanced Methods for Searching and Discovering Content

March 31, 1:00 PM ET
 

Find more webinars at
​artstor.org/webinars

 
 

Captions:a) Alexander Archipenko, Carrousel Pierrot, 1913. The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation © 2008 Estate of Alexander Archipenko / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; b) Joy Spanabel Emery, Decadent Rich 3 sketch, 1970. University of Rhode Island: Theatre Department Images; c) Pierre-Louis Pierson, Scherzo di Follia; [The Countess Castiglione Posing With a Frame Held Over One Eye], 1863-66, printed 1940s. Image © The Metropolitan Museum of Art; d) Milton Rogovin, Family of Miners series; Woman in field harvesting tobacco, 1983. Milton Rogovin: Social Documentary Photographs; miltonrogovin.com 

 
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