The Visual Resources Center at Washington University is dedicated to providing support for visual teaching and learning, from providing full digital image production services to offering classes designed to support faculty and students in integrating technology into teaching and learning. Local image collections are managed using Artstor, and are available through a web browser with a wustl key. For more information about the various image collections available, including the Visual Resources Collection for instructional images, visit the Kranzberg Art and Architecture Library image resource page. For additional information about ordering digital images, image collection development, technology classes, and instructional technology support for visual pedagogy, contact Betha Whitlow, Curator of Visual Resources. The Visual Resources Center is also staffed by Ashley Ray, Assistant Curator of Visual Resources.
Location: Kemper 012
Hours: 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Mon.-Fri.