GRI releases Getty Scholars’ Workspace

scholarsworkspace_keynoteThe Getty Research Institute has released a wonderful open-source (and free) collaborative research tool called Getty Scholars’ Workspace.  It allows users to save and annotate images (from the Getty as well as other sources), construct text and bibliographies, and best of all to share saved content with others.   This has great potential for student assignments as teams can collaborative online.

Read more about the GSW’s capabilities, and how to install, here.

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