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Allan T. Kohl of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design presents Art Images for College Teaching (AICT), "a royalty-free image exchange resource for the educational community." AICT images may be downloaded, and making derivative copies is permitted, as long as the images will be used for educational or personal purposes, not commercial. AICT on the Web consists of selections from a more extensive image collection on CD, arranged in five broad chronological sections: Ancient, Medieval Era, Renaissance & Baroque, 18th - 20th Century, and Non-Western cultures. AICT is still in development; for example, the 18th - 20th Century section currently contains several messages informing users "there is nothing here." Educational institutions and individuals who find this too limiting can rent entire image CDs. Already, AICT includes a great many of the images necessary for teaching art history courses. One helpful feature is a concordance to about a dozen standard art history textbooks, allowing users to cross-reference AICT images to these books.
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