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A JSTOR success guide for librarians

Training for librarians and educators

JSTOR offers free training and educational webinars for a range of audiences.The current list of upcoming webinars and registration links can always be found on the Webinars page. New for 2020:

Remote teaching and learning with JSTOR

Reviews platform features, tools, and content offerings—including Text Analyzer, JSTOR Daily, and Community Collections—to enhance online learning

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Educational resources

Robust research LibGuides for JSTOR are available here on this site (guides.jstor.org) and help all types of researchers use JSTOR most effectively. All guides are open and free, and Springshare library customers are welcome to copy the subject and how-to guides to their own LibGuides sites and customize them with library branding and additional information.

Teaching the news with JSTOR Daily

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JSTOR Daily (daily.jstor.org) is an online magazine that provides context and background to news stories and current affairs. It publishes short and long posts from journalists and academics, and all pieces link to journal articles on JSTOR for deeper reading. 

We're constantly updating the site with blog posts, columns, long-form essays, and interviews with scholars, so there's always plenty of new material to use as fodder for classroom discussion. Plus, each story provides open links to the content housed in JSTOR, so anyone can explore the underlying scholarship even if their school doesn't  subscribe to all JSTOR collections.

The stories—written by journalists and academics—cover scholarship from a wide array of disciplines and are organized by topics: Arts & Culture, History & Politics, Business & Economics, Science & Technology, and Education & Society. Here are links to some of the most recent articles:

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Research Basics: a free, open, academic research skills course

Take advantage of a free course designed to help high school students build research skills and college-readiness.

Research Basics is a research fundamentals series developed by JSTOR in conjunction with librarian partners. The course has a scope broader than JSTOR-specific instruction. Its three, standalone modules include self-paced video lessons, interactive learning activities, and mastery quizzes to help high school students acquire knowledge and develop skills in the area of general academic research. As learners complete each module, they earn badges to share. Research Basics is open to everyone.

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