Tag Archives: Multimedia & Image Resources

Astounding Artstor

The Artstor image database has multiple uses for GRCC art students and  faculty – but it’s also a great resource for everyone!  View and reuse astoundingly beautiful high-quality images depicting a multitude of topics.  Artstor images come from the “world’s leading museums, photo archives, scholars, and artists and are searchable in one easily-navigated repository.” New images are added monthly; all images are rights-cleared for educational use.ArtStor poster with GRCC link

For other art resources, see the Visual Arts Subject Guide.  For other image resources, see the Multimedia & Image Subject Guide.

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New Films on Demand Streaming Videos

Films on Demand database screen

Take a look at these neat streaming videos recently added to GRCC’s e-collections! This month, Films on Demand (FOD) added over 300 new videos – on topics spanning: business marketing; careers; communications; criminal justice; environment; ethics;  gerontology;  health; hospitality; psychology; social geography; to, technology.  Videos contain either closed captioning or transcripts, so FOD meets GRCC’s accessibility guidelines.

For more options in streaming video, see the Multimedia & Image Resources Subject Guide.

 

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Artstor Adds 93,000 New Images!

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Artstor has released more than 93,000 new images from four of New York’s leading cultural institutions. This eclectic release ranges across the history and built environment of New York City itself to art and artifacts from the Renaissance through the present day. Included are images from the New York Historical Society, the Museum of the City of New York, the Morgan Library & Museum, and, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. Take a look!

For additional images resources, see the Multimedia & Image Resources Subject Guide.  For additional arts resources, see the Visual Arts Subject Guide.

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