Creative ebook acquisition strategies during COVID-19

September 16, 2:00 – 3:00 PM EST

Stephanie Church, Acquisitions and Metadata Services Librarian at Case Western Reserve University, will discuss her library’s e-resource usage trends during the pandemic and her strategies to control costs. We’ll also share the results of JSTOR’s COVID access initiative and our continuing support through Open Access and new acquisition workflow options.

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Remote teaching and learning with JSTOR

August 27, 3:00-3:45 PM EST

Get ready for next term! We’ll show you how to help users find exactly what they need, cover our current expanded access offerings during COVID-19, and share a success guide checklist for developing, teaching, or supporting a course!

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All about JSTOR access for your institution

Join us for a discussion and update on the current options for JSTOR access and how to best use them. You will emerge from this webinar fully prepared to facilitate access to JSTOR for your remote and on-campus community.

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JSTOR for Admins

Discover all the features available to you as a JSTOR account administrator. We’ll cover the new books usage reports, access methods, usage statistics, plus resources for making JSTOR findable and usable for your institution!

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JSTOR 101

Get a jump start on JSTOR! Join us for a brief introduction to learn how to access, search, cite, and save your research. 30 min

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JSTOR 201

In this session, we discuss ways to use Text Analyzer, Workspace, our Understanding Series, and explore JSTOR Daily as a vehicle for research and discovery. 30 min

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How to build search skills with JSTOR

This webinar highlights several JSTOR features that help students build search skills and craft better research strategies, including basic and advanced search; overlooked features that enhance discovery; and Text Analyzer, a tool to find relevant content.

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Flip the deficit script!

What if we made students’ life-research experiences the focus of curriculum design for information literacy? Four authors share their findings and discuss the connections between students’ real-world information-seeking experiences and academic research.

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Discover JSTOR’s tools for advanced research

Let’s take a deep dive into some of the ways new tools can support the work of more advanced researchers, including the powerful Data for Research tool, our Topic Pages, and the Understanding Series.

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