The JSTOR Quick Start handout is a brief introduction to JSTOR for researchers and students, and includes basic searching tips and frequently asked questions.
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Need eye-catching materials to announce the availability of JSTOR? Looking for a logo for your website?
We've got a great illustrated poster that uses a comic book format to introduce JSTOR to students. You can download a digital copy (link below the image) or request printed copies.
JSTOR has created several animated gifs that can be reused by libraries to promote the digital library. Several also include quick tips on using various features on the site. You can find and download them on our ITHAKA Giphy channel
Sample faculty emails
If you participate in JSTOR’s ebook program, you can use the sample announcements below to promote the ebooks to faculty. There’s one for faculty in any discipline, and customized versions for faculty in the top disciplines represented on JSTOR. You can modify the text in these announcements based on your purchases and preferences, and use it for email newsletters to faculty at your institution.
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