Category: UC Shared Images
Art Museum Images from Cartography Associates (AMICA) license ends June 30, 2008.
ARTstor and CDL representatives met with faculty and stakeholders at all 9 campuses participating in the ARTstor systemwide license.
A demonstration highlighting the major features of ARTstor collections, tools, and services for a mixed audience of faculty and library staff is planned for all UC campuses. Megan Marler of ARTstor will lead the demonstration. Lena Zentall from CDL will
ARTstor, an ever-growing digital library of over 500,000 images of art, architecture and archeology from a wide range of cultures and time periods, is now available systemwide.
CDL has added the Hartill Art and Architecture collection of 16,660 images. Hartill is available to all campuses. The images are primarily of architecture and include works from major periods, and monuments such as the Great Pyramids at Giza, Stonehenge,
The Art Museum Image Consortium (AMICO) has dissolved as an organization. Our AMICO collection vendor, Cartography Associates has negotiated with the contributing museums to continue to make available most of the original museum collections. The name of the collection will
The UC Heads of Public Services (HOPS) formed an Image Services Rollout and Advisory Committee (ISRAC) to plan for the rollout of the UC Image Service and to address related issues, such as copyright and collection development in an advisory
UC’s shared image collections are accessed using Luna Insight. a. Luna Insight Software version 5.1 Released The following are key enhancements to the user interface. A complete list of new features in Insight version 5.1 is available on the Luna
Due to a new version of Luna Insight software, the UC image collections must be accessed through new URLs, which have been changed to take advantage of some additional features. If you are using PIDs, they have been updated. The
The CDL is pleased to announce the release of a web page for the Image Service Demonstrator Project, a CDL development initiative, at http://www.cdlib.org/inside/projects/image/. The site is intended primarily for librarians, library staff, and visual resource staff, not end users