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Blog Tag: Librarians

July 12, 2024

Wyoming community colleges secure JSTOR access across seven campuses

By Shawn Herman, Senior Marketing Manager, ITHAKA
Discover how Meghan Kelly and the Wyoming Community College Commission secured permanent access to JSTOR's extensive collection of archival journals and primary sources for seven Wyoming community colleges without recurring fees. A unique one-time payment option made this initiative possible.

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June 24, 2024

Continuing the journey: Key insights from our recent webinar with Library Journal on Path to Open

By Maria Papadouris, Content and Community Engagement Manager, ITHAKA
Assessing the Path to Open initiative in a recent webinar by Library Journal and JSTOR. Learn about the collaborative funding model for open access academic monographs developed with ACLS, University of Michigan Press, and The University of North Carolina Press. Key points, updates, and future directions discussed.

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October 17, 2023

On the road to future-proofing all digital content:
How Portico now preserves libraries’ self-curated collections

By Jason Przybylski, Associate Director, Infrastructure Services, Outreach & Participation, JSTOR; Kate Wittenberg, Managing Director, Portico
Portico has earned its reputation as a trusted guardian of digital content for publishers, with over 1,000 publishers and 1,000 libraries worldwide relying on its time-honored preservation approach. Portico centers long-term content management and organizational commitment, as well as a dedication to addressing the needs of future scholars.

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