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June 12, 2024

Advancing bibliodiversity through open access: The Rise of Central American Film

By Beth Firenze, Marketing Strategist, ITHAKA
Discover the rise of Central American cinema through insightful essays in "The Rise of Central American Film in the Twenty-First Century." Explore the dramatic resurgence of filmmaking in the region from Belize to Panama. Learn about JSTOR's Path to Open pilot program supporting open access publishing for diverse voices in the academic world.

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June 6, 2024

There’s much more to Artstor than images

By Morgan Godvin, Content and Community Engagement Manager
Artstor on JSTOR isn’t just images. Artstor collections encompass multimedia content, including audio, video, and panorama formats. The sound, motion, and visual depth of these formats makes possible a more immersive and engaging research experience, while simultaneously boosting accessibility and supporting diverse learning styles. Learn about our ever-expanding collection of multimedia content. Beyond images: Multimedia […]

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June 5, 2024

Empowering educators, engaging students: How one teacher used JSTOR’s GenAI research tool to boost student engagement, teach key skills, and streamline workflows

By Morgan Godvin, Content and Community Engagement Manager, ITHAKA
Discover how Sarah Kiyak, a teacher at Alexandria High School in Virginia, leveraged JSTOR's generative AI tool to enhance student engagement, foster research skills, and streamline workflows in her classroom.

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May 14, 2024

Artstor’s new era on JSTOR: Community needs inform our exciting new content direction

By Lisa Gavell, Publisher Relations & Content Curation
A new home for Artstor As the curator of new Artstor collections, I’m thrilled to share insights into the evolution of our collection development strategy. At this moment, we’re finalizing the migration from the Artstor platform to our new home on JSTOR. And while the Artstor platform is retiring on August 1, 2024, Artstor collections […]

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May 1, 2024

Middlebury archives go global: The unexpected reach of one small college’s special collections

By Sara Ivry, JSTOR Daily Features Editor
For Middlebury and other small liberal arts schools, taking part in JSTOR’s shared collections program is almost a no-brainer, Irwin says, since JSTOR is a database with which many students are already very familiar.

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