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Using Visuals: Finding Images and Video

ARTstor: “Here you will find information about accessing and working with the images in the ARTstor Digital Library, tips and resources for teaching with ARTstor, and supplemental materials to help with training, teaching, administering, and promoting ARTstor.”

American Memory: “American Memory provides free and open access through the Internet to written and spoken words, soundĀ recordings, still and moving images, prints, maps, and sheet music that document the American experience.”

UNESCO: “Videos related to its activities in education, science, culture, communication and information.”

Calisphere: “A world of primary sources and more.”

Visual Media Center: “Explore design and pedagogy in the broadest sense to connect faculty research and student learning through the creative application of technology.”

NIH Galleries: “Searchable repositories and image archives.”

Les Demoiselles: Columbia University’s Department of Art History

G2C: “Genes to Cognition Online examines thinking and disorders of thinking across six levels of analysis.”

DNAtube: “A scientific site providing video based studies, lecturers and seminars.”

ArtLex: “You’ll find definitions for more than 3,600 terms used in discussing art/visual culture, along with thousands of supporting images, pronunciation notes, great quotations, and cross-references.”

The Visual Telling of Stories: “A lyrical encyclopedia of visual propositions.”

Art History: Resources by culture, time period, and more.



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