UW Libraries Brings AP Images to Campus
February 8, 2008 — The University of Wyoming Libraries has added Associated Press images to its digital collections.
UW students, faculty and staff members will have access to AP material, including photographs, images, graphics, historical photographs and audio clips.
"This resource is useful for any discipline," says Nancy Marlatt, marketing coordinator for the UW Libraries.
Materials can be located at the library Web site, www-lib.uwyo.edu. The database can be found under the link "Articles and Databases," and select "A" to access the AP Images database. Users can conduct a basic or advanced search, and pop-up blockers may need to be disabled in order to download and save images to your desktop.
Content from AP Images may be used for educational purposes only, including lesson plans, tests, research papers, homework, book reports, school Web sites, webquests, education Web sites constructed by students and/or faculty, projects, and school newspapers that do not compete with any community or town publication.
Content from AP Images may not be used for commercial purposes, yearbooks, or any use for monetary gain or promotion.
AP Images, a division of The Associated Press, is one of the world's largest collections of historical and contemporary imagery. Serving as an essential source of photographs and graphics for professionals, AP Images provides superior image quality, selection and service.
For additional information, call the reference department at (307) 766-2070 or e-mail email@example.com. Assistance is also available at the information desk in Coe Library.
This photo of the Beatles performing is among the Associated Press images now available through the University of Wyoming Libraries.