ARTstorA digital image library of over 2.5 million digital images in the areas of art, architecture, the humanities, and social sciences. PLEASE NOTE: to save or download images, users must register for an individual account.
Users who create an account also gain access to a set of tools for sharing images, curating groups of images, downloading them directly into PowerPoint presentations, and comparing and contrasting images.
ARTstor Digital PanoramasARTstor and Columbia University have collaborated to share nearly 1,300 QuickTime Virtual Reality (QTVR) panoramas of world architecture.
Bridgeman EducationOnline digital library of unique images sourced from the world's leading museums, galleries, contemporary artists and private collections, with unlimited access to over 530,000 images, all copyright cleared for educational use.
Image Collections Online features historical photographs and images from Indiana University's institutions: the Lilly Library, the IU Archives, the Archives of African American Music and Culture, the Liberian Collections, and the IU Map Collections.
Oxford Art OnlineEncyclopedia articles about artists, architects, and artistic movements & periods, as well as bibliographies for further research. Also includes thousands of searchable images.
Provides access to Oxford’s art reference works, including the Grove Art Online, the Benezit Dictionary of Artists, the Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms, the Encyclopedia of Aesthetics, and the Oxford Companion to Western Art.
Art & ArchitectureA database of approximately 40,000 images from the Conway and Witt Libraries of the Courtauld Institute.
Access to Sanborn maps for all fifty states, large-scale plans containing data that can help estimate the potential risk for urban structures.
While they are in Black and White, instead of the original color, the Digital Sanborn Maps allow researchers to view and download the maps, integrate them in various GIS applications, and access them remotely. Sanborn maps provide house by house or business by business details for cities and towns throughout Indiana. They show the development of water works, school and government buildings, and transportation systems.
Library of Congress: HABS Historic American Buildings SurveyThe Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) and the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) collections document achievements in architecture, engineering, and design in the United States and its territories through a comprehensive range of building types and engineering technologies.