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Using ArtStor at ASU

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

How to Register

How Do I Register?

Click the "Not registered" link button on the upper right corner of the Artstor home page. You will be prompted to enter your email address (you can use any email address you wish) and a password of your choosing. Once you have registered, you will be able to logon to your account every time you use ARTstor.

More on registering for an ARTstor account (from the ARTstor Help wiki)

What can users with instructor privileges do?

  • Create folders for sharing Image Groups with colleagues
  • Add shareable comments to images
  • Upload a Personal Collection of images to ARTstor

When you are granted instructor privileges, you gain access to the full functionality of ARTstor.

Who can get instructor privileges in ARTstor at ASU? Who grants these privileges?

Anyone who is an authorized ASU user can get instructor privileges. You can grant these privileges to yourself by following the instructions below.

  • Under the “Tools” tab (the last tab in the upper left) select “Preferences" (you can also click the "edit my profile" link).
  • Click the "Instructor Privileges" tab.
  • Enter the access code and password that have been given to our institution: Authorization Code: awmfasu
  • Password: artstor

Registering for ARTstor: Video Demo

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Ralph Gabbard
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153B1 The Design and the Arts Library
Arizona State University
Tempe AZ 85287
480-965-0620

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