• December 03,2015

Annotating all Knowledge, JSTOR Joins Coalition of Innovators

JSTOR is part of a newly formed coalition of organizations working to annotate the web. This group of 40+ knowledge platforms, libraries, and publishers is being led by fellow not-for-profit, Hypothes.is. Read more about this effort in Nature, and on the
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  • May 11,2015

JSTOR Selects Metafor Software

JSTOR Selects Metafor Software as Its Real-Time Anomaly Detection PlatformMay 12, 2015 – Mountain View, CA and New York, NY – Metafor Software, a leading provider of real-time anomaly detection technology, and JSTOR today announced that
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  • April 21,2015

New Journals Popular at Libraries

More than 30 titles from the Arts & Sciences XIV Collection are already searchable on the platform.Dozens of institutions have already signed up for access since we announced the Arts & Sciences XIV Collection last month, and
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  • April 21,2015

Do Online Aggregators Increase Citations?

A recent study shows availability on JSTOR positively influences how often an article is cited.Does JSTOR increase citations for the scholarship it makes available? An article in the March 2015 issue of the Review of Economics and Statistics
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  • April 21,2015

Labs Explores Mobile Technology

JSTOR Snap lets researchers take a photo of text and get relevant journal articles on their smartphones.The JSTOR Labs team is hard at work plotting out new directions in JSTOR's future. Their latest project, JSTOR Snap, lets mobile users on JSTOR
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  • April 21,2015

Linguistics Journals Find Outlet on Daily

JSTOR Daily's popular linguistics column gets exposure via social and news sites.Brace yourself for a humble-brag: JSTOR Daily's linguistics column, Lingua Obscura, has developed a loyal following. Lingua Obscura, a regular
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  • April 21,2015

How Can Data Fuel Discovery?

Scholarly usage data promises more efficient forms of discovery. Ithaka S+R's Roger Schonfeld tells us how.Data has transformed and personalized experience across all aspects of daily life. But what potential does it have to transform scholarly discovery
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  • April 21,2015

JPASS Grows Among Genealogists

JSTOR access gives genealogists a fresh toolkit for ancestry research.Among the new users now adopting JSTOR with a JPASS plan, genealogists have established a strong foothold. Often working independently, they cite JSTOR's range of disciplines,
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  • February 12,2015

JSTOR Moves to a New Platform

SANTA CLARA, Calif. and New York, NY — February 9, 2015 — ITHAKA, a not-for-profit organization helping the academic community use digital technologies to preserve the scholarly record and to advance research and teaching in sustainable ways, is
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