ITHAKA’s Education & Outreach team offers webinars for a range of users at subscribing institutions: All Users, Instructor-Level Users, and Artstor Administrators. Webinars are conducted in GoToMeeting.
We offer web training using GoTo Webinar. Please see this guide for detailed information on registering and launching the webinar.
Register for a webinar and you’ll be sent the session recording!
|It’s all visual: adopting Artstor across disciplines||Wed, Apr 25, 2018||1:00 PM – 1:45 PM EST||Register now|
|Artstor Essentials: 30-minute mastery||Wed, Apr 25, 2018||3:00 PM – 3:30 PM EST||Register now|
|Artstor Essentials: Administrative & Statistics sites||Tue, May 8, 2018||3:00 PM – 3:45 PM EST||Register now|
|Teaching about Asian and Pacific Islands Heritage with JSTOR and Artstor||Mon, May 14, 2018||12:00 PM – 12:45 PM EST||Register now|
|Artstor Essentials: teaching with images and technology||Thu, May 17, 2018||1:30 PM – 2:15 PM EST||Register now|
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Don’t see the training topic you’re interested in? Do those days/times not work for you? Our Education & Outreach team offers a variety of webinars that can be scheduled for individuals or institutions. Please see the webinar descriptions below for the full list of training topics offered. If you find a topic of interest, feel free to email email@example.com to schedule a webinar at a time that is convenient for you or a group at your institution!
Artstor Essentials: 30-minute mastery
This 30 minute session will demonstrate everything you need to master Artstor: searching, creating and using image groups, sharing and presenting in the Digital Library, and more. Open to all subscribing institutions.
Artstor Essentials: Administrative and Statistics sites
This webinar will demonstrate how our new platform changes impact the Administrative and Statistics sites. For Artstor Digital Library Administrators only.
Artstor Essentials: Organizing with Groups and Tags
Take full advantage of the Artstor Digital Library! We’ll show you how to find & create image groups and how to best organize them using Tags. We’ll also cover sharing content through downloads, links, and exports. 45 minutes.
It’s all visual: adopting Artstor across disciplines
Join us to learn how to take advantage of and promote the full arsenal of tools and content in Artstor. We will demonstrate the breadth and usability that Artstor has to offer departments across your institution, far beyond the Art History classroom. For: Librarians and administrators. 45 minutes.
A Fresh Look at Teaching with Artstor
Accessing and adapting Artstor Curated image groups is now easier with the improved Artstor Digital Library. In this session, we will show you ways you can find and tailor to your needs, any of the nearly one thousand groups of images covering a broad range of topics from the global history of art and architecture, to English Literature or Data Visualization. Join us for this 45-minute session covering the details of creating, adapting, sharing and teaching with image groups.
Artstor Essentials: teaching with images and technology
You could continue downloading individual images for your presentations, or you could join our webinar and in just 45 minutes learn how to find, organize, share, and present–online and off!–the content in the Artstor Digital Library. Learn how to take image groups straight to PowerPoint and quickly share them with others.
Teaching about Asian and Pacific Islands Heritage with JSTOR and Artstor
May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Join our webinar designed to model research practices for novice researchers while examining the many cultures of Asia and the Pacific Rim. This 45-minute session will demonstrate how to use the content and tools available in both JSTOR and Artstor to curate primary and secondary sources related to the rich cultural heritage of these regions.