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February 20, 2024

Students need to learn how to read scholarly articles: here’s how technology can help

By Jeremy Dean, former Vice President of Education at Hypothesis, and Alex Humphreys, Vice President of Innovation at ITHAKA
Discover how technology like generative AI can aid students in understanding complex concepts while emphasizing the importance of close reading and deep engagement. Explore the potential of social annotation technology in learning to read challenging scholarly materials.

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June 15, 2020

10 great reasons to use Artstor in your teaching

  The Artstor Digital Library is used by educators in 1,900 institutions around the world–and with good reason. Here are just ten ways you can enhance your teaching with Artstor: 1. Take advantage of a wealth of images and primary sources to enhance most subjects. 2. Use with confidence: all images are rights cleared for […]

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April 13, 2018

2,000 Virtual Reality Panoramas of world architecture

Have you ever wanted a better understanding of how an artwork or architectural detail was originally intended to be viewed? Artstor’s Virtual Reality Panoramas are a wonderful option for viewing works in situ–no travel required. These 360-degree panoramas of world architecture allow you to navigate the interiors of cathedrals, mosques, palazzos, libraries, castles, and more. […]

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March 16, 2018

Using the new Artstor full-screen viewer in the classroom

I recently found myself exploring the amazing world of netsuke using Artstor’s new comparison mode to perform that timeless task: double-slide projection. Boy, has it ever gotten easier! The new image viewer allows you to project up to 10 images together, with the ability to zoom in on details of any of the images and add […]

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