From Artstor Help
Register for an ARTstor account
- Access the ARTstor Digital Library.
- In the Log In area at the upper right side of the screen, click Register
- A registration form will appear. Enter a valid email address, password, your role at your institution, and the academic department you are affiliated with. DO NOT use symbols (e.g., ? /\ <>+ # %) or diacritics (e.g., é å ï ñ ô).
- Click Submit.
- You will automatically be logged in to your new account. The Log In area will change to display a welcome message and your email address.
The following video is a brief demo of registering for an account:
Unlock a password-protected folder
- Log in to your ARTstor account.
- In the ARTstor navigation bar, click Find > Unlock password-protected folder.
- A new window will appear. Enter your first name, last name, and the password provided by the folder creator.
- Click Submit.
- A confirmation message will display the name of the folder you have unlocked as well as what type of access you have been granted (Read or Write Access).
- Now that you are registered to the folder, you will be able to open and view its contents the same you would any other folder.
Student work folders
In certain cases, the confirmation message in step #5 will also inform you "A private course folder: <folder title here> (your initials here) has been created for you." For more information, please see Student work folders.
The following video is a brief demo of unlocking a password-protected folder:
Request to move your ARTstor account
Users who leave one ARTstor particpating account to go to another do not need to create a new account. Instead, please email ARTstor User Services and include in the body of your message:
- Your ARTstor account login email
- The full name of your former institution
- The full name of your new institution
Once you have been notified the account has been migrated you can log in from on-site at your new institution to change the email address login if you wish.
Accounts that are moved will retain any folders and image groups created in that account, minus any images that were unique to your previous institution, such as a local hosted collection.
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