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JSTOR for secondary school educators

Welcome to JSTOR!

This guide contains information of particular interest to the secondary school community, including faculty looking for course material, students conducting research projects, and librarians developing comprehensive knowledge of the JSTOR platform.

Here you will learn: 

  • How JSTOR can be helpful to secondary school students and faculty 

  • How to access JSTOR from your school and off-campus 

  • The benefits of individual JSTOR accounts 

  • Search techniques to share with students

  • Tools to help novice researchers (and you!) find, save, and share content

JSTOR Platform Enhancements

We are constantly enhancing our suite of tools and resources for working and teaching with images on JSTOR. You can now:

  • Bulk move and/or delete folders and items within Workspace
  • Use search facets on collection pages, allowing you to browse within Artstor collections by classification, geography, date, and more

Our recent webinar covers the new time-saving features and functionality that make finding, gathering, curating, and sharing all kinds of content on JSTOR easy and efficient. This webinar is appropriate for faculty and staff.


          

Watch on YouTube

      

Watch on GoToWebinar

 

View the JSTOR platform training webinar on YouTube. This recording includes timestamps to make it easy to find what you need.

You can access similar timestamped videos from our JSTOR YouTube playlist for Librarians.

View the JSTOR platform training on GoToWebinar platform. This recording does not include timestamps. 

You can access additional GoToWebinar recordings on our JSTOR Webinars page.

 

For administrators of JSTOR

Need assistance with setting up access to JSTOR, downloading usage statistics, or subscription information? Please see A JSTOR success guide for librarians. This guide provides all the information you need for administering your school’s JSTOR account.

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