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To meet the needs of many different kinds of users, including researchers, curators, college and university students, primary school teachers and public library patrons, The AMICO Library™ is now available through a number of Distributors. Subscribers chose among Distributors' delivery services and software to find a delivery environment that suits them.

AMICO Members have free access to all distributions of The AMICO Library.

Choose a distributor to connect to their presentation of The AMICO Library

Cartography Associates http://www.davidrumsey.com/amico/

The publisher of the The David Rumsey Historical Map Collection offers The AMICO Library™ through both the Luna Insight™ browser and java client interfaces. Cartography Associates provides AMICO Member Museums access to both the Rumsey and Japanese historical map collections as well as The AMICO Library™.

This software has some specific system requirements. Please review them carefully before launching the Luna Insight™ browser and Java client for the first time.Your museum technical support office may be able to help you with local installation issues. Other help with the software is available on the help page.

Log into using the Luna Insight ™ browser for The AMICO Library™


Download the Luna Insight Java client for The AMICO Library™:
PC/Windows version 3.11
Macintosh version 3.11 (non OS X native, will run in classic emulation)

All AMICO members and Subscribers have access via username/password authentication. Please contact your museum's AMICO Primary or Technical Contact to obtain your museum's username and password. Passwords should be entered in lowercase.

H.W. Wilson http://hwwilson.com

The publisher of Reader’s Guide to Periodical Literature and many other popular journals, H.W. Wilson offers The AMICO Library as part of its WilsonWeb service which features a variety of resources of particular interest to schools and public libraries. Subscribers to The AMICO Library and other WilsonWeb databases are able to search simultaneously across these resources. Log into H.W. Wilson's AMICO Library Delivery using the pulldown above.

username: AVQ01
password: INPA221445

OhioLINK http://www.ohiolink.edu

The AMICO Library is also accessible to students in the State of Ohio through the OhioLINK Consortium. Subscribers in Ohio will see The AMICO Library integrated into the OhioLINK Digital Media Center Art and Architecture Database. Log into OhioLINK's AMICO Library Delivery using the pulldown above.

username: AMICO
password: 4t3mp

Public Thumbnail Catalog http://search.amico.org/

AMICO has also made thumbnail images and limited descriptions from The AMICO Library available for consultation by the general public on the AMICO Public Web site. Log into the AMICO Thumbnail Catalog using the pulldown above.

Research Libraries Group (RLG) http://www.rlg.org

RLG, a nonprofit research collections corporation, has provided access to The AMICO Library since July 1999 through the RLG EurekaŽ interface also used to deliver many other art-related resources. All AMICO members and Subscribers have access via username/password or through IP address authentication. Log into RLG's AMICO Library Delivery using the pulldown above.

All AMICO members and Subscribers have access via username/password authentication. Please contact your museum's AMICO Primary or Technical Contact to obtain your museum's username and password.

If you are having trouble accessing The AMICO Library through RLG, check the RLG status page to make sure the service is currently working. You can also call RLG at 1.800.537.7546.

SCRAN http://www.scran.ac.uk

SCRAN is a Scottish not-for-profit online educational resource service offering access to 1,000,000 items from museums, galleries, archives and the media. It contains images, sounds, movies and text and is licensed to UK schools, colleges and universities. It is integrating The AMICO Library into the software and content models it has developed for UK formal education and lifelong learning. SCRAN's distribution of The AMICO Library will be available soon.

University of Michigan, Digital Library Service http://www.umdl.umich.edu

At all UM campuses, you can find The AMICO Library along with many other collections offered by the University of Michigan Digital Library Image Services. Log into Michigan's AMICO Library Delivery using the pulldown above.

username: amico-staff
password: ffats-ocima

VTLS http://www.vtls.com

VTLS offers subscription access to The AMICO Library through a specially configured Chameleon iPortal web interface. Through this flexible and user-friendly interface, students, instructors, librarians, and historians of art and culture can locate images by keyword, title, creator, date, museum, subject, format, and other approaches. The interface is integrated with the VTLS Hi-Res Image Navigator to provide the user with the ability to access detailed imagery in a variety of magnification sizes that they specify. Institutional subscribers using Z39.50 compliant integrated library systems will have the additional capability to configure access to The AMICO Library among their broadcast or aggregate search options. Log into VTLS's AMICO Library Delivery using the pulldown above.

username: amico.org
password: reataglime



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