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module image: Finding and using images on JSTOR

Finding and using images on JSTOR

Friday, May 13 1:00 PM – 1:40 PM EDT

JSTOR is now offering millions of images from Artstor and Open Community Collections for teaching and research. Join us  to learn all about finding, organizing, and presenting images on JSTOR. We’ll stay online after the session for questions. 40 min

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Special Topics / Live Webinar
module image: From your shelves to the world: unlock the power of your special collections

From your shelves to the world: unlock the power of your special collections

Monday, May 16 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT

Join JSTOR’s Library Journal webcast to learn how you can unlock the power of your special collections. You will hear how Queens College CUNY, Queen’s University Belfast, and University of the Pacific have made their primary source materials openly accessible on JSTOR. 1 hr

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Special Topics / Live Webinar
module image: How your collections can reach researchers

How your collections can reach researchers

Wednesday, June 1 8:00 – 9:00 PM EDT

Thursday, June 2 10:00 AM AEST / 9:30 AM ACST / 8:00 AM AWST / 12:00 PM NZST

Learn how you can unlock the potential of your special collections in the Australia and New Zealand region and beyond. In this session, participants from Moore Theological College, Mannix Library at Divinity University, and Queensland University of Technology will share what they’ve discovered by making their primary source materials openly accessible on JSTOR. 1 hr

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Special Topics / Live Webinar
module image: Introducing HEP communities to JSTOR Access in Prison

Introducing HEP communities to JSTOR Access in Prison

The JSTOR Access in Prison Initiative will introduce the higher education in prison community to the academic resources we are developing for use inside correctional facilities throughout the United States. The session will include a Q&A with the JSTOR development team and the newly formed Student Advisory Board. 1 hr

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Special topics / Live Webinar
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Artstor User Group

April 2022 session

Friday, April 29 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT

Join us for a virtual update on our work bringing the Artstor experience to JSTOR. In this session we will provide an overview of our strategy and plans for the future, including a roadmap update. There will be time for discussion at the session. 1 hr

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Special Topics
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Text analysis platform beta

Learn about the progress of Constellate, our new platform to teach and learn text analytics, build datasets from multiple content sources, and visualize and analyze datasets — and find out how your library can participate in a free beta evaluation. 1 hr

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How-to
module image: Remote teaching and learning with JSTOR

Remote teaching and learning with JSTOR

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! 45 min

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How-to
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JSTOR for Admins

All the essentials

Support faculty and students with our checklist to simplify remote access and tips to find what you need–including images alongside journals and books–on the evolving JSTOR platform. 45 min

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Collections
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JSTOR Beyond Journals

Discovering Primary Sources

Introduction to JSTOR primary source collections, covering how these rich research materials can enhance your teaching and research. Check out the JSTOR Beyond Journals resource for a recap of what’s covered. 45 min

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Collections
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American Prison Newspapers

featuring James McGrath Morris

The first of three webinars on Reveal Digital’s new project, American Prison Newspapers 1800-2019: Voices from the Inside, features James McGrath Morris, author of Jailhouse Journalism. 1 hr

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Collections
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American Prison Newspapers

featuring Kerry Myers

The second of Reveal Digital’s American Prison Newspapers 1800-2019: Voices from the Inside webinar series features Kerry Myers, Deputy Director of the Louisiana Parole Project and ex-editor of The Angolite. 1 hr

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Collections
module image: American Prison Newspapers

American Prison Newspapers

featuring Yukari Iwatani Kane and Shaheen Pasha

The third of Reveal Digital’s American Prison Newspapers 1800-2019: Voices from the Inside series features Yukari Iwatani Kane and Shaheen Pasha, co-founders and co-directors of the Prison Journalism Project. 1 hr

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Special Topics
module image: Introduction to JSTOR’s EBA Model

Introduction to JSTOR’s EBA Model

for UK Higher Education Libraries

Our Evidence-Based Acquisition (EBA) model is on the Joint Consortia Framework (Lot 4.3) and we are making a special offer to libraries serving UK Higher Education to mark the event. Learn more about the programme, the 98 participating publishers, and the experiences of participating UK libraries. There will also be plenty of time for questions. 30 min

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Special Topics
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JSTOR DDA at the Royal Danish Library

Michael Ferslev joined us to discuss ebook acquisitions strategy at the Royal Danish Library, including how JSTOR’s Demand-Driven Acquisition model helps meet user information needs and optimize usage of library budgets. 40 min

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Special Topics
module image: Benefits of DDA with JSTOR + GOBI

Benefits of DDA with JSTOR + GOBI

We explore how input from our participants led to our partnership with GOBI on Demand-Driven Acquisition, as well as its benefits for libraries. Maggie Saponaro and Leigh Ann DePope from the University of Maryland, College Park share their experiences and recommendations. 1 hr

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Expose JSTOR content

with EBSCO Discovery Service

Join us to discuss configuration options in EBSCO Discovery Service to ensure that your JSTOR content is discoverable and your settings showcase your preferences for full-text link display. 30 min

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Special Topics
module image: Creative ebook acquisition strategies during COVID-19

Creative ebook acquisition strategies during COVID-19

Stephanie Church, Acquisitions and Metadata Services Librarian at Case Western Reserve University, discusses her library’s e-resource usage trends and her strategies to control costs. We share the results of JSTOR’s COVID access initiative and our continuing support efforts. 1 hr

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Special Topics
module image: Hosting your special collections on JSTOR

Hosting your special collections on JSTOR

Want to increase the awareness of your digital special collections and archives? During this quick demo we’ll cover how more than 200 contributors have made their collections freely available for researchers on the JSTOR platform. 15 min

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Special topics
module image: Artstor on JSTOR

Artstor on JSTOR

March briefing

Give us 15 minutes and we’ll share all the latest updates plus the answers to your colleagues’ burning questions. 15 min

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Special Topics
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Charter Members meeting

Open Community Collections

Learn about the impact of publishing to JSTOR. We’ll cover repository harvesting enhancements, platform investments to enhance discovery and usage of collections, and future service options. There will also be time for an open discussion and Q&A. 90 min

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Special Topics
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JSTOR Forum User Group

Join us and guest speaker Neel Agrawal, South Asia Digital Librarian at Center for Research Libraries, for an update on enhancements made to JSTOR Forum, the experience of publishing collections to JSTOR,  and the impact of these collections. 45 min

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Special Topics
module image: Flip the deficit script!

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. 1 hr

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