Project Profile:

Federated Academic Digital Imaging System (FADIS)

Website: https://fadis.library.utoronto.ca/about.html

Description: The Federated Academic Digital Imaging System (FADIS) is a consortial learning management and courseware system developed for image based teaching of art, architecture and visual culture. The goal of FADIS is the creation of a freely available common repository and delivery system for education and research available to contributing institutions. Access is restricted to faculty, students, and staff of each participating institution. All content is to be used for the purpose of private study, research, criticism, and review. It is the user’s responsibility to operate within and to observe the copyright laws of Canada.

Contributors:

  • Gordon Belray, Information Architect, Information Technology Services, University of Toronto Libraries

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