Image groups allow instructors to give online presentations using the Artstor Image Viewer. This viewer allows for side-by-side comparisons, on-the-fly zooming and panning, and the incorporation of personal collection images with Artstor content. For more information, please see our Online Help.
Use the presentation software of your choice: PowerPoint, Keynote, etc.
You may export Artstor images from the Digital Library for use in classroom presentations and other non-commercial, educational uses in the software of your choice. These images may be download from the Digital Library at up to 1024 pixels on the long side. Once downloaded, insert these JPEG files into your chosen presentation software as you would image files from other sources.
Use Artstor's presentation tool: Offline Image Viewer (OIV)
Artstor has also developed the Offline Image Viewer (OIV), an alternative tool for giving offline classroom presentations. OIV allows users to download much larger images from Artstor, at up to 3200 pixels on the long side. All Artstor participants have access to this software, which may be used with the over 1.8 million images in the Digital Library. Users may combine Artstor images with their own content to create digital slide show presentations that feature side-by-side comparisons, zooming and panning, and the ability to customize text on the slides. Artstor's Offline Image Viewer (OIV) enables instructors to give reliable classroom presentations using both high-resolution Artstor images and local content without being connected to the Internet.
|Deliver offline image presentations|
|Zoom and pan while presenting images|
|Use local (personal) content to build image collections|
|Import existing PowerPoint presentations|
|Download images and data from the Artstor Digital Library|
|Upload local images to a Personal Collection in Artstor|
|Upload slide presentations to a Personal Collection in Artstor|
|Supported by Artstor's User Services Team|
|Launch Artstor to download OIV|
Artstor offers detailed, step-by-step directions for using the OIV in the Presenting Images section of our Online Help.