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literary-mutt asked: Hey JSTOR! I want to submit a photo of where I'm studying for your giveaway, but I don't see a "submit" button on your blog. Am I missing something? Should I simply post the photo on my blog with the hastag "#JSTORfinals"?
Yes! Just post to your own page and tag it! I shall find you. 
1 day ago / 6 notes
It’s finals time which means…. another JSTOR giveaway! Where do you study? In the library? A dorm room? At a desk? In (ahem) bed? Post a picture of where you study, tag it #JSTORfinals, and you will be automatically entered to win BRAND NEW JSTOR* swag pictured below.   
The winner will be picked by random drawing - contest starts now and runs through April 27th at 1:00 pm eastern time. The winner will be contacted on or before May 1st via ask box. 
Official rules here
Annnnnd the caveat: this is only open to people in the U.S. who are over 18.**

So send us your pics of your study places! Looking forward to it!
*Not studying? Don’t want to enter? Still need that tote? Thirsty for a water bottle? Get yours at JSTOR Gear. (New products available April 26th).
**I’M SORRY INTERNATIONAL FRIENDS I AM TRYING TO FIGURE THIS OUT.
#contest #jstor gear #JSTORfinals #sweepstakes
1 day ago / 160 notes
queenofthewilis:
queenofthewilis:
I’m a procrastinator with terrible habits who never changes
but my past self is really smart and already looked up all the relevant free articles for my research on JSTOR and organized them by usefulness
thank you past self
Also a shout out to jstor for letting you make free accounts to read articles online with. I don’t know how I’d find useful articles on miraculous wells in medieval Ireland without you.
As purveyor of miraculous wells in medieval Ireland, we are happy to be helpful! 
4 days ago / 80 notes
Tumblarians! We’re happy to announce that ebooks on JSTOR are now available exclusively in a DRM-free, unlimited user model.  Now, all of JSTOR’s ebooks provide libraries with unlimited simultaneous use, downloads, and printing, and there’s no need to log in or use special software. Additionally, they are fully searchable on the JSTOR platform alongside journals.
Want to learn more? Join us for a 30 minute introductory webinar on ebooks at JSTOR. 
Monday, April 27, 2015
10:00-10:30 AM Eastern Time
Register now

Tuesday, May 12, 2015
1:00-1:30 PM Eastern Time
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Wednesday, May 27, 2015
4:00-4:30 PM Eastern Time
Register now
#tumblarians #librarians #ebooks #webinar#education
5 days ago / 205 notes
We are super excited to announce Global Plants in the Classroom: Botany 101, a free resource and study aid to help teachers and students use the Global Plants database.  
It consists of nine units that introduce basic concepts in the study of botany. Each unit includes key concepts, vocabulary, and example materials. We have also selected Global Plants resources and journal articles on JSTOR that are pertinent to each unit, and we provide assignments to further reinforce the concepts discussed.
Our aim is to encourage curiosity and exploration of the Global Plants content. This resource was developed with support from the Global Plants Initiative partners, including Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and Claire Hopkins, creator of the Brilliant Botany blog.
#brilliant botany #royal gardens #jstor #education#botany
1 week ago / 58 notes
huffpostlive:
IT’S HERE. IT’S FINALLY HERE.
Happy ‘Lost’ Day, people! 
*kermit flailing*
(via diebrarian)
1 week ago / 1,833 notes
cutlerish:
Say no more, mon amour!
We musn’t dwell. No, not today. Not on Rex Manning Day!
Yes. Rex Manning Day is April 8th. Glue those quarters down, join GWAR and mark your calendars, folks.
Save the Empire! 
(via bookoisseur)
#rex manning day #empire records
1 week ago / 2,307 notes
librarian-by-night:
A student professes their love of jstor and the library in this week’s paper.
Sweet! 
2 weeks ago / 135 notes
historyyourstory:
Professional goal - met.
2 weeks ago / 41 notes
startedwellthatsentence​:
I just opened a million tabs on Jstor help
2 weeks ago / 83 notes