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Welcome to Your JSTOR Trial
We’ve pulled together resources to help you introduce JSTOR at your institution.
Announce Your JSTOR Trial
The materials below can help announce and promote the use of JSTOR to your faculty, staff, and students.
JSTOR SummaryN/A“JSTOR is a digital library of academic journals, books, and primary sources."
Trial AdJPGUse this ad to promote JSTOR trials on your library's website.
Announcement for FacultyDOCXUse this language when emailing faculty at your institution introducing them to JSTOR.
"How to Use JSTOR" PosterPDFPost this in your library to let your users know how JSTOR works.
LogosJPGUse these on your library's website and in other digital communications.
JSTOR Search WidgetHTMLAdd this to your library's home page.
Print versions of posters, bookmarks, and select other materials are available upon request.
Managing Access
JSTOR supports many methods of authentication and access for users at your institution. See the detailed information about access options in the Access section of our Admin Support guide.
Using JSTOR On the Go
Tell your community: JSTOR is mobile-friendly! JSTOR’s interface automatically adapts to the screen size of a device without requiring a separate mobile URL or any device configuration. Just go directly to www.jstor.org on a smartphone or tablet.
Learning & Teaching JSTOR
Sign up for a live training webinars for librarians, or take advantage of our on-demand video tutorials, and online presentations and handouts that may be shared with your community.
Video Tutorials on Vimeo
Recorded Webinars
Presentations, Slides, and Handouts

JSTOR Overview: Upcoming Live Webinars

All times are (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US and Canada)

April 15, 2015
9:00-10:00 AM EST
Staying Up to Date
Our social media channels are great sources of information about JSTOR for both you and your community. Follow @JSTOR on Twitter, like our Facebook page, or follow us on Tumblr for tips on using JSTOR, important announcements, and links to interesting content on JSTOR. 

All the information and materials linked here are free of charge.
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