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Nearly 30 practical LibGuides help all types of researchers — including librarians, educators, and genealogists — to  navigate the JSTOR experience.
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JSTOR’s free and open self-paced course is designed to help early college and college-bound students learn academic research skills.
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Organize your research on JSTOR and any other sites around the web. Group your citations in folders, add descriptions and notes, links, and more. You can even share your content with others!
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A new way to search JSTOR: simply drag and drop your document in our new Text Analyzer and find related articles!
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The Understanding Series
Pick a passage from a growing list of widely studied works and see all the articles and chapters in JSTOR that quote it. Selections include the U.S. Constitution, Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women, and Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech.
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