Photo by Sarah Hill
The Visual Resources Collection is comprised of over 130,000 digital images and over 250,000 slides.
The main purpose of the collection is to support the teaching needs of the School of Architecture's faculty members and students. The collection may also be utilized by faculty members and students from other departments on campus. Images are used to support classroom teaching and research. Requests for permission to publish images should be sent to email@example.com.
There are two ways you can access the VRC's image collection:
via ARTstor, a licensed resource containing over 1 million images related to architecture, art, the humanities, and social sciences. Note that ARTstor also provides a set of tools to view, present, and manage images for research and pedagogical purposes.
NB: You may access ARTstor remotely when you are off campus by clicking on the link above. Or, once you have registered for an ARTstor account, you can log in from www.artstor.org using your e-mail address and password. For more information about registering for an account please visit the Register for an ARTstor account help page.
For additional information visit the Access the ARTstor Digital Library help page or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.