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Artstor on JSTOR
Monthly briefing
Friday, June 25 | 1 PM – 1:15 PM EDT
Grab your beverage of choice and sign in to get the details on what changes have taken place this month. We’ll spend 15 minutes sharing the latest updates and if you have questions, we’re happy to stay on longer to chat. 15 min
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Artstor on JSTOR
User Group Meeting
Watch our most recent Artstor User Group meeting, in which we share the latest updates on our work integrating Artstor collections on JSTOR and our plans for the rest of the year.    1 hr
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Text analysis platform beta
Learn about the progress of Constellate, our new platform to teach and learn text analytics, build datasets from multiple content sources, and visualize and analyze datasets — and find out how your library can participate in a free beta evaluation. 1 hr
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JSTOR Beyond Journals
Discovering Primary Sources
Introduction to JSTOR primary source collections, covering how these rich research materials can enhance your teaching and research. Check out the JSTOR Beyond Journals resource for a recap of what’s covered. 45 min
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Remote teaching and learning with JSTOR
Get ready for next term! We’ll show you how to help users find exactly what they need, cover our current expanded access offerings during COVID-19, and share a success guide checklist for developing, teaching, or supporting a course! 45 min
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All about JSTOR access for your institution
Discussion and update on the current options for JSTOR access and how to best use them. You will emerge from this webinar with a checklist, fully prepared to facilitate access to JSTOR for your remote and on-campus community. 1 hr
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JSTOR for Admins
Discover all the features available to you as a JSTOR account administrator. We’ll cover the new books usage reports, access methods, usage statistics, plus resources for making JSTOR findable and usable for your institution! 1 hr
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JSTOR 101
Get a jump start on JSTOR! Join us for a brief introduction to learn how to access, search, cite, and save your research. 30 min
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JSTOR 201
In this session, we discuss ways to use Text Analyzer, Workspace, our Understanding Series, and explore JSTOR Daily as a vehicle for research and discovery. 30 min
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COLLECTIONS
American Prison Newspapers
featuring James McGrath Morris
The first of three webinars on Reveal Digital’s new project, American Prison Newspapers 1800-2019: Voices from the Inside, features James McGrath Morris, author of Jailhouse Journalism. 1 hr
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American Prison Newspapers
featuring Kerry Myers
The second of Reveal Digital’s American Prison Newspapers 1800-2019: Voices from the Inside webinar series features Kerry Myers, Deputy Director of the Louisiana Parole Project and ex-editor of The Angolite. 1 hr
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COLLECTIONS
American Prison Newspapers
featuring Yukari Iwatani Kane and Shaheen Pasha
The third of Reveal Digital’s American Prison Newspapers 1800-2019: Voices from the Inside series features Yukari Iwatani Kane and Shaheen Pasha, co-founders and co-directors of the Prison Journalism Project. 1 hr
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SPECIAL TOPICS
Flip the deficit script!
What if we made students’ life-research experiences the focus of curriculum design for information literacy? Four authors share their findings and discuss the connections between students’ real-world information-seeking experiences and academic research. 1 hr
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Creative ebook acquisition strategies during COVID-19
Stephanie Church, Acquisitions and Metadata Services Librarian at Case Western Reserve University, discusses her library’s e-resource usage trends and her strategies to control costs. We share the results of JSTOR’s COVID access initiative and our continuing support efforts. 1 hr
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Benefits of DDA with JSTOR + GOBI
We explore how input from our participants led to our partnership with GOBI on Demand-Driven Acquisition, as well as its benefits for libraries. Maggie Saponaro and Leigh Ann DePope from the University of Maryland, College Park share their experiences and recommendations. 1 hr
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