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Using ArtStor at ASU

A guide to Artstor--quality art images for your research

ARTstor Help Wiki

Click here to go to the ARTstor Help wiki.

Instructor Privileges

Artstor provides exceptional instructor tools including folder management, setting of student permissions, and many other features to help integrate images into your teaching. To request this access level, please click on the setup link below.

Copyright and Intellectual Property

Copyright and intellectual property concerns and issues are important while using Artstor or any other image source. The following link provides guidelines and resources related to image copyright management:



Artstor Training

NOTE: In order to view images on ARTstor, please make sure your browser is set to allow pop-up windows and Enable Java. You may also need to download a Java plugin. Use Firefox to access this database.

To learn more about ARTstor, watch these videos:

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