ARTstor is a digital library offering collections of art, images, and descriptive information. It includes approximately 300,000 images covering art, architecture, and archaeology.
To Register: You must be using a computer on the Dalhousie campus or login from off-campus. From the ARTstor welcome screen, click "Go".
Click 'Register' in the upper right hand corner of the next screen. You will be prompted to fill in an email address and password of your choice. If you encounter a problem or have questions about the ARTstor registration process, click 'Help' on the registration form.
Each time you access ARTstor after this, click "Logon" at the basic search screen to gain entry to the advanced features.
NOTE: Accessing ARTstor off-campus with your Dal NetID/password allows you to use basic features as an 'unregistered user' only. To access the advanced features on-OR-off-campus, you must also click "logon" at the basic search screen and enter your ARTstor registered user information. Registered User access is good for 120 days after the last usage - every time you "logon" you reset the clock another 120 days.
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