ARTstor quickstart guide
How do I get to ARTstor? How can I get off-campus access?
UC Berkeley is an ARTstor subscribing institution. Anyone affiliated with UC Berkeley has access to their digital library. Go to http://www.artstor.org/ and click the 'enter here' button on the upper right. If you are logging in from an off-campus computer, you will need to use the campus VPN or be an ARTstor registered user. Users who register for an account can access the ARTstor Digital Library anywhere for up to 120 days. After that period, you must log in to the account at the associated institution to renew the account for another 120 days.
How do I register for ARTstor?
You must resigter for an ARTstor account from an on-campus computer, or using campus VPN. Go to http://www.artstor.org/ and click the 'enter here' and then click 'register' on the upper right. See the video below for more information.
See this video for more information on how to register:
How do I download images from ARTstor?
Registered users can download images from the ARTstor Digital Library as individual jpg files, batches of jpg files, or as groups of images to a PowerPoint presentation (.pptx).
To download an individual image:
To download a batch of images to a PowerPoint file:
What am I allowed to do with the images?
Images in ARTstor may only be used for noncommercial educational and scholarly uses, such as teaching and research at your institution. ARTstor does not hold the copyright to any images in the ARTstor Digital Library and cannot grant permission for the use of images in publications, promotional materials, or exhibitions; information about an image’s rights holder is included in data provided for the image in the ARTstor Digital Library.
Rights-cleared images for qualified publications are available through the ARTstor Digital Library’s Images for Academic Publishing (IAP) program. For more information about IAP, visit www.artstor.org/iap.
How do I get assistance with ARTstor?
Visit their help page at http://help.artstor.org/ for FAQs and contact information. View more video tutorials at their You Tube channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/artstor. You may also sign up for their online training tutorials at http://help.artstor.org/wiki/index.php/Online_training_schedule.