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William H. Martin. A Load of Fancy Poultry. 1909. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

William H. Martin. A Load of Fancy Poultry. 1909. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Join us for a webinar exploring the history of faked photographs.

Kodak created a prototype for the first digital camera in 1975, and over the next 40 years digital imaging became ubiquitous. While we often associate “faked” visuals with digital processes, photographs have in fact been altered since the advent of the medium in the mid 19th century. Please join us for a webinar discussing the history of altered images from the early days of photography until present, motivations behind “faking” images, and new directions for contemporary altered imagery.

This webinar is scheduled for Thursday, November 9th at 3:00 PM ET. Sign up here!

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square_logo (2)Join us to discover how community colleges around the country are using image-based learning with the Artstor Digital Library to support and enliven a wide variety of classes, develop important Visual Literacy skills, and to build projects that encourage deeper engagement from students.This webinar will also feature an overview of the interdisciplinary teaching resources that Artstor has created to make lesson planning and assignments easier.

The session will run for 30 minutes and questions are welcomed during and after the presentation.

Sessions:

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Artstor’s informative webinars are available for everyone, from those considering a subscription to experienced users. The schedule below is separated into two sections: It begins with the Artstor Digital Library and is followed by Shared Shelf.

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Artstor’s informative webinars are available for everyone, from those considering a subscription to experienced users. The schedule below is separated into two sections: It begins with the Artstor Digital Library and is followed by Shared Shelf. There are also webinars introducing both products conveniently scheduled for viewers in Europe and Asia-Pacific at the end of the list.

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My school has Artstor, now what? Check out our quick and easy training videos and learn how to get the most out of the Artstor Digital Library!

View images in the Artstor Digital Library Learn how to view images in the Artstor Digital Library and discover the tools available in Artstor’s Image Viewer.

Register for an Artstor user account Learn how to register for an Artstor user account and get access to more advanced features of the Artstor Digital Library.

Export to PowerPoint  Learn how to easily turn your Image Groups to PowerPoint presentations. (more…)

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Powered by Artstor

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Artstor’s informative webinars are available for everyone, from those considering a subscription to experienced users.

The schedule below is separated into two sections: It begins with the Artstor Digital Library and is followed by Shared Shelf.

(more…)

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Powered by Artstor

Powered by Artstor

Artstor’s informative webinars are available for everyone, from those considering a subscription to experienced users.

The schedule below is separated into two sections: It begins with the Artstor Digital Library and is followed by Shared Shelf.

ARTSTOR DIGITAL LIBRARY

View, print, and download images in the Artstor Digital Library
This basic session provides an overview of tools and features in the Artstor Digital Library for all users. December 1, 3:00 PM, Register now

Teaching Visual Literacy with the Artstor Digital Library
Give your students the ability to interpret all types of visual media with the Artstor Digital Library. Learn how. December 4, 4:00PM EST, Register now

Teaching Psychology with the Artstor Digital Library
Discover how the images in the Artstor Digital Library can be used in teaching Psychology.
December 4, 12:00PM EST, Register now

Teaching Women’s Studies with the Artstor Digital Library
Discover the wide variety of excellent resources to support Women’s Studies in the Artstor Digital Library, from historical photographs to the history of fashion, and from canonical artworks to modern and contemporary art by female practitioners.
December 8, 1:00PM EST, Register now

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