In addition to uploading your own content to your MDID installation at vrcHost, you may seamlessly access purchased or subscribed content from any of the vendors below – it will be available in your hosted MDID3 installation without any additional work for you.
How it works
- You upload your own local content into your installation, or let vrcHost do it for you
- You purchase or subscribe to images from any of the vendors below, either directly through the vendor or through vrcHost
- The vendor approves your transaction and releases the images for your hosted MDID3 installation
- The new content is seamlessly available next to any of your own!
|Currently 96,000 professional images with rich, standard metadata for teaching and scholarship in architecture and the visual arts.|
|Scholars Resource combines images from various image banks, including Davis, Saskia, Bridgeman, Archivision, Hartill Art Images, Barry Kiracofe, Veritas, Canyonlights, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and others into meaningful Image Sets that speak to historic milestones, evolving painting techniques, mankind’s achievements, museum collections, architectural styles and much more. Any or all of the 275 Image Sets can be hosted—individually or in combination with your own image collection—on a vrcHost platform for easy, convenient and reliable access. Find out more on the many Image Sets available for your classroom at http://www.scholarsresource.com/browse/image_sets. For information on hosting, please contact vrcHost.|
|Saskia Ltd. has assembled one of the largest and most important image archives for teaching art history and humanities. Assembled by an art historians for teaching art history and the humanities: some 34,000 digital images encompassing Western—and Eastern—civilization. Core art history images include works from over one hundred museums, including the Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay, the Uffizi, the Prado, the Kunsthistorisches Museum, the National Museums in Athens, Rome and Stockholm, museums in Berlin, Shanghai, San Francisco and others. For more information see http://www.saskia.com/.|