July 31, 2015
by Student - Justine Ferrara
Who is Saint Ignatius? Saint Ignatius of Loyola was born in 1491 in northern Spain. As a young man, he became a knight, but he was wounded in 1521. He then turned to God and created the Society of Jesus. … Continue reading
March 7, 2014
Comments Off on Getty Photo Library Now Free to Use?
Many on the web are simply stunned by Getty Image’s announcement that they will be making part of its vast photo collection free to all. You can read about it here in Joshua Benton’s article: Getty Images blows the web’s … Continue reading
August 5, 2013
Comments Off on ARTSTOR: How do you browse through 1.6 million images?
from ARTSTOR’s blog, It’s great to know that the ARTstor Digital Library offers more than 1.6 million images when you’re searching for something in particular, but a bit overwhelming when you just want to explore. With 235 collections from museums, … Continue reading
April 19, 2013
Comments Off on Digital Public Library of America Opens
Welcome to the Digital Public Library of America By Dan Cohen Executive Director of the DPLA: ” It’s not very often you get to build a new library. Together, that’s what we will begin to do today. Starting with over … Continue reading
March 13, 2013
Comments Off on ARTstor and Condé Nast collaborating to share 25,000 images
from ARTstor’s blog, ARTstor has reached an agreement with Condé Nast to share 25,000 images of cartoons from The New Yorker, highlights from the Condé Nast Archive of Photography, and selections from the Fairchild Photo Service. The images in these … Continue reading