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Blog Tag: Artstor on JSTOR

June 6, 2024

There’s much more to Artstor than images

By Morgan Godvin, Content and Community Engagement Manager
Artstor on JSTOR isn’t just images. Artstor collections encompass multimedia content, including audio, video, and panorama formats. The sound, motion, and visual depth of these formats makes possible a more immersive and engaging research experience, while simultaneously boosting accessibility and supporting diverse learning styles. Learn about our ever-expanding collection of multimedia content. Beyond images: Multimedia […]

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May 14, 2024

Artstor’s new era on JSTOR: Community needs inform our exciting new content direction

By Lisa Gavell, Publisher Relations & Content Curation
A new home for Artstor As the curator of new Artstor collections, I’m thrilled to share insights into the evolution of our collection development strategy. At this moment, we’re finalizing the migration from the Artstor platform to our new home on JSTOR. And while the Artstor platform is retiring on August 1, 2024, Artstor collections […]

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April 24, 2024

Visionary collaboration: How the Johns Hopkins Visual Resources Collection used JSTOR Forum to build cross-campus partnerships and amplify university collections

By Morgan Godvin, Content and Community Engagement Manager, ITHAKA
In 2020, Johns Hopkins University faced sudden closure due to COVID-19. Discover how the Special Collections team adapted by partnering with JSTOR Forum, revolutionizing access to materials for faculty and students alike.

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September 15, 2023

Preserving Memories:
The Intersection of Family, Personal Archives, and Digital Libraries

By Natalia Celine Arias, Senior Digital Designer, ITHAKA
Growing up in Miami, Florida, surrounded by Caribbean cultures across the diaspora, I developed a strong sense of identity as a proud Caribbean creative, a Belizean Cuban American designer. My intersectionalities have significantly influenced my creativity and the stories I choose to tell through my work as I delve into the importance of preserving family memories, the power of personal archives, and the transformative role of working at ITHAKA/JSTOR.

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July 25, 2023

New on Artstor: 5,000 images of recent events from Magnum Photos

Artstor has released 5,000 new images from Magnum Photos on the JSTOR platform, bringing the collection to more than 136,000 items. Our first JSTOR-only licensed image launch features photojournalistic coverage of momentous geopolitical events from 2021 and 2022, including global protests, the lives of political and economic refugees, the devastation of climate change, and much […]

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April 17, 2023

Our awe-inspiring earth:
26 open collections on JSTOR

Happy Earth Day! We’ve gathered 26 open collections on JSTOR that feature breathtaking documentation of our planet and its creatures by scientists, scholars, and artists across many eras, all free for everyone to enjoy. Microcosms: Sacred Plants of the Americas Confocal microscopy is a specialized optical imaging technique that provides contact-free, non-destructive measurements of three-dimensional […]

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