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JSTOR for secondary school educators

Getting started with JSTOR

The "JSTOR for Secondary School Educators" brings together the key information you need to use JSTOR most effectively in your teaching and research.

Within this guide you can find:

  • descriptions of JSTOR and the collections available to Secondary Schools
  • training materials and how-to information for JSTOR
  • introductions to the collections and subjects covered on JSTOR
  • resources for teaching and learning with JSTOR
  • digital and print promotional materials

Getting help with JSTOR

Questions about this guide or teaching JSTOR?

Contact JSTOR Education:

For JSTOR website and technical support:

Twitter: @JSTORSupport

(888) 388-3574, toll free in the United States

(734) 887-7001, local and international

M - F, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. EDT (GMT -4:00)

Off campus?

Having trouble getting access to JSTOR? See the JSTOR Support site for help logging in from an offsite location.

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