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May 17, 2017 | 4:00 PM EDT (1:00 PM PDT)

JSTOR Platform Overview

Live session

Want to know what’s new with JSTOR? Sign up for this 60-minute informational webinar designed for librarians and library staff. Register now…

May 10, 2017 | 1:00-1:30 PM EDT (10:00-10:30 AM PDT)

Introducing evidence-based acquisition for ebooks

Learn how to get started with JSTOR’s new Evidence-Based Acquisition (EBA) ebook model in this 30-minute webinar. Evidence-Based Acquisition offers access to more than 25,000 high-quality backlist titles from 35 publishers for a set upfront fee. After one year of unlimited access, you can select titles to acquire for perpetual access, using the usage data as a guide. This model can help you meet the research needs of your patrons while controlling costs, simplifying workflows, and incorporating both usage data and…

April 26, 2017 | 12:30 to 13:15

An Introduction to JSTOR Sustainability

Join us to learn more about JSTOR Sustainability – our newest collection of academic and policy research covering environmental issues. We’ll preview what you’ll find in JSTOR Sustainability and demo some of the new features we’ve developed to help facilitate interdisciplinary research and discovery. Register here After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

April 10, 2017 to April 12, 2017

JSTOR @ UKSG

Harrogate International Centre

ITHAKA (JSTOR, Artstor, and Portico) will be at the UKSG 40th Annual Conference and Exhibition May 10-12.  Visit us at Stand 16 in the exhibition hall to discuss several exciting initiatives, including our Evidence-Based Acquisition ebook acquisition model, the new JSTOR Sustainability collection, our alliance with Artstor, and Text Analyzer, a new enhanced search tool from JSTOR Labs.  …

April 5, 2017

Electronic Resources & Libraries Annual Conference

Austin, Texas

Panel discussion: Local Digitization Case Studies: Making Local Collections Global April 5, 8:30 AM Room 202 Led by Shared Shelf implementation manager Hannah Marshall, this session will present a series of impactful case studies showcasing locally designed and implemented digitization workflows that serve the source material and its designated community while complimenting the institutional context. Speakers include Jullianne Hughes Ballou, digital archive project librarian at the University of Texas – Austin, Mark Pomelia, visual + material resource…