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A JSTOR Success Guide for Librarians

Working with JSTOR for administrators, librarians, and teachers

JSTOR is a growing digital library that includes multiples types and formats of content. JSTOR is part of ITHAKA, a not-for-profit organization that also includes Artstor, Ithaka S+R, Portico.

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Getting started with JSTOR

Welcome to JSTOR! This success guide brings together the key information you need to introduce JSTOR as an essential resource for your institution or organization.

The information in this guide is organized into three keys areas:

  • Getting started: Review of access methods to ensure easy use of JSTOR from any location
  • Orientation: Helpful tools for promoting use of JSTOR
  • Education and training: Training and educational resources for the JSTOR digital library

Onboarding checklist: ready for success!

New to JSTOR? Here is a checklist of key actions for new institutional administrators:  

Training for Librarians & Administrators

Managing your Institution’s JSTOR Access

In this recorded training session for the JSTOR Admin site you will learn about adding users to your school’s account, setting up access, updating your institution’s branding, creating and downloading usage reports, and more.

This 45 minute webinar is appropriate for librarians and other account administrators. 

You can also learn more about upcoming webinars and access past training sessions from our JSTOR Webinars page. Please note that all webinars are recorded with a link to the video emailed to all registrants.

JSTOR is part of ITHAKA, a not-for-profit organization helping the academic community use digital technologies to preserve the scholarly record and to advance research and teaching in sustainable ways.

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