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Text Analysis Pedagogy Institute
Text analysis can be difficult to learn. Two national institutes seek to make learning text analysis easier for teachers, students, and researchers.
Prison Education: Offline Access Initiative
Conducting research without internet access is challenging. This project will test a new, offline version of JSTOR designed specifically for prison education programs and their students.
Plant Humanities Initiative
In partnership with Dumbarton Oaks, we aim through scholarly programming and tool development to advance the field of Plant Humanities, the interdisciplinary study that explores and communicates the unparalleled significance of plants to human culture.
JSTOR Labs aims to build tools that are magical, but how we do it isn’t magic.
The methods we use to design and build are repeatable, teachable, and applicable to any innovative effort. We’re eager to share our recipe and our work with you.
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Recent Posts
Kent Maps Online: Lose Yourself for Free…
Carolyn Oulton from Canterbury Christ Church University introduces Kent Maps Online.
17 Dec 2020 • 7 min read
JSTOR Labs to lead NEH-Funded National Text Analysis Pedagogy Institutes
JSTOR Labs has received a grant from The National Endowment for the Humanities for two national Text Analysis Pedagogy (TAP) Institutes.
3 Nov 2020 • 1 min read
Providing Secure Online Access to Incarcerated Students: New Project Announcement
Announcing a new project funded by Ascendium Education Philanthropy that will allow us to expand our current work on increasing access to quality educational resources for higher education in prison.
19 Oct 2020 • 3 min read
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