What do you want to do?
transition from slides to digital images in your teaching
We encourage you to use the Smith College LUNA
Image database, a collection of ca. 350,000 images. You can request
images to be added to LUNA to support your teaching. You can create
student study groups that are accessible 24/7 across the campus. In
addition, we can introduce you to other tools available on campus
for managing and delivering digital images. Check out the *NEW IMAGES page often.
find digital images
In addition to the LUNA database, Smith College provides
access to other image resources, including the ARTstor Library and
the AP Multimedia Archive. Start with the Library’s
Need help with your search? Ask Barbara
Polowy, Art Librarian, Hillyer Art Library or Jon
Cartledge, Digital Imaging Specialist, Imaging Center.
create a personal collection of digital images
A personal collection is an independent collection that you build
yourself. Several tools can be used for creating personal collections,
including LUNA My Media Server or Adobe ImageReady.
The Imaging Center has a Digital Development Lab equipped with scanners
and staff to help you start building your personal collection. Contact Jon Cartledge.
use the VCRC lab for digital design and printing
The VCRC (Visual Communications Resource Center) is used primarily
for Art Department Studio and Architecture classes working with digital
formats. Contact Daniel
Bridgman, Visual Communications Specialist, Hillyer Hall for
information about the VCRC.