Teacher Resource Center Research Resources
The Seattle Art Museum has a variety of resources, both at the museum and online, to enrich your classroom teaching. If you have any questions about using SAM’s library resources, contact us at email@example.com or 206.654.3186.
Locate books, curriculum guides, audio/visual materials and outreach suitcases specifically tailored to educators in the Wyckoff Teacher Resource Center’s (TRC) collection of over 4,000 resources. You can narrow your search by format (books, prints, etc.) or topic (e.g., bilingual materials or geographic region). The TRC’s online catalogue also searches for online resources:
Locate books, journals, videos and exhibition catalogues in the SAM Research Libraries collections of more than 45,000 resources. These materials are available for research purposes onsite only, and are not available to check out. The Research Libraries also offers:
Looking for information on one of SAM’s art objects? This is a great place to start. Search SAM’s collection of more than 23,000 objects. Check out the Close Ups online collection for in-depth information on 100 of SAM’s favorite objects. Create your own collections of objects with a My SAM Collection account.
ARTstor is a digital library of over a million images in the areas of art, architecture, the humanities and social sciences with a set of tools to view, present and manage images for study and teaching. The ARTstor Digital Library is available to educators, scholars and students. Come in to the TRC to receive training and an ARTstor account that you can access from your classroom. Search SAM's collection in ARTstor or get help with your ARTstor account (PDF).