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FADIS

FADIS (Fine Art Digital Imaging System) is a content management system designed for the teaching, studying and researching of art, architecture and visual culture. FADIS combines the digital management of electronic resources with a courseware system.

Examples of Collections in FADIS

Beast blaspheming, St. John stops ears, Christ in cloud; Beast, men fight and die, ff. 21v-22. Abridged Apocalypse in Anglo-Norman, Lambeth Palace Library, MS 434. Manuscript collection from the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of Toronto,

Roman Lamp, Bronze, 2-3rd century. Malcove Collection. University of Toronto Art Centre, University of Toronto.

Cellaret, c. 1790-1805. Malcove Collection. University of Toronto Art Centre, University of Toronto.

Need Images for Teaching?

Can't find what you are looking for in FADIS for teachng purposes?

Do you have a valuable, original slide collection (not copied from books) that you would like preserved and added to FADIS?

Teaching a new course and need images not found in FADIS?

Contact the Visual Resource Librarian, Harriet Sonne de Torrens, at the University of Toronto Mississauga. We may be able to assist. You can also look at the LibGuide, IMAGE AND VISUAL RESOURCE COLLECTIONS