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What are Teaching Resources?
Our Teaching Resources cover a wealth of information, breaking up the 2 million images in the Digital Library into organized groups and topics. The content can help you jump start a lecture, or be used as an entire course syllabus. Groups can also be useful for students who are researching topics or themes, or for instructors who are preparing lectures.
How Can I use Teaching Resources?
Explore: View our "Teach with Artstor" resource for an overview of what's available.
Customize: Open an image group from the Artstor Curated Groups section, and use these steps to save a copy of the group for yourself so you can remove images, add images, re-order the group, edit the group description, and export it.
Share: Use an image group URL to share a link to the group by email, in a course management system, or on a syllabus.
We currently offer many curriculum guides based on real syllabi, which are accessible from our public site, and from within the Artstor Digital Library. These guides are developed through collaborations with faculty members and experts from around the country to ensure the groups are an accurate, reliable source of information for your use in the classroom.
- When accessing curriculum guides from artstor.org, each curriculum guide has a a course description with links to Groups in the Digital Library
- Access the guides from within the Digital Library by going to Browse > Groups > Artstor Curated. In the Tags column click Curriculum Guides to limit the list of groups to only Curriculum Guides.
AP® Teaching Resources
AP® Teaching Resources cover significant themes in history and in the history of art related to the individual and society, knowledge and belief, the natural world, and the human body. The groups include related works and art movements, influences, and relevant examples from other cultures that can easily be downloaded into a Powerpoint presentation. These high-quality images come from collections around the world and include trustworthy metadata, comprehensive descriptive text, and links to additional online resources.
See our AP Art History Teaching Resources LibGuide
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