• July 24,2014

Publisher Digest: July 2014

JSTOR Hits 9,000 Library Participants! JSTOR was excited to welcome its 9,000th library participant for archival journals in April of 2014—a museum of history in Japan. To commemorate this milestone, we've put together a pie graph charting JSTOR's
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  • May 21,2014

Publisher Digest: April 2014

Completed: 2013 Revenue SharingJSTOR distributed nearly $13 million (approximately 25 percent of its Annual Access Fees) to the eligible 1,804 journals in the archival collections. To be eligible for 2013 revenue sharing payments, journals must have been
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  • May 21,2014

Publisher Digest: January 2014

Happy 2014 from JSTORJSTOR was delighted to conclude 2013 with the award for “best overall” database from Library Journal. See the full review here. This wouldn’t have been possible without your support and collaboration. Here are just a few
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  • September 19,2013

JSTOR INTRODUCES JPASS

 JSTOR Introduces JPASS — Personal Access to Its Vast Digital Library of Journal Archives for Individuals  New York, NY— JSTOR, the not-for-profit digital library that is a widely-used resource for academic research, unveiled this week its
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  • July 30,2013

JSTOR Releases Event Summary and Evidence in United States vs. Aaron Swartz

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JSTOR Releases Event Summary and Evidence in United States vs. Aaron Swartz New York, NY – JSTOR announced today the release of a detailed summary of the events surrounding the downloading of articles by Aaron Swartz from
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  • July 08,2013

JSTOR Seeking Music For New Video Series

 Project OverviewJSTOR is looking for music scholars and composers to produce an instrumental intro and outro for a video series showcasing profiles of academics who utilize JSTOR in their research. The intro is a stop-motion animation of a
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  • June 24,2013

JSTOR Register & Read—Free Reading of Historical Scholarship Takes Off

New York, NY—JSTOR, the not-for-profit digital library of thousands of academic journals and other content, announced today that more than one million articles have now been accessed by individuals participating in its free program, Register & Read.
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  • June 24,2013

Publisher Digest: June 2013

Register & Read UpdateMore than 700,000 users now have a MyJSTOR account to enjoy Register & Read (R&R). Since the program's beta launch in March 2012, users have checked out more than one million articles.See what R&R users are saying in
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  • April 02,2013

Publisher Digest: April 2013

  2012 Revenue Sharing Update As part of its annual revenue sharing program, JSTOR distributed nearly $12 million (approximately 25% of its Annual Access Fees) to the 1,529 eligible journals in the archival collections. Desginated payees
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  • February 08,2013

JSTOR Partners with ACLS for Public Fellows Program

The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) is now inviting applications for the third competition of the Public Fellows Program. The program places 20 recent PhDs from the humanities and humanistic social sciences in two-year staff positions at
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