Join JSTOR and Artstor at the Electronic Resources and Libraries Conference! Stop by booth #705 to pick up some swag and learn about our recent initiatives. We look forward to discussing how we can boost the impact of libraries’ special collections, as well as our own latest collections and research tools.

We’ll also be participating in the following sessions:

Unlocking the value of the monograph

Date: Monday, March 9
Time: 3:00- 3:45 PM
Location: Room 104

Scholarly monographs are undergoing a digital transformation that brings new value to both libraries and researchers. As part of this session, Associate VP of Journals and Books, John Lenahan will be exploring insights on usage data and its impact on digital discovery, changing research and teaching practices, print vs. digital preferences, and the effects of usage-based acquisition models such as DDA and EBA.

Driving Users to their Preferred Content: A Pilot Study to Link E-Books and P-Books

Date: Tuesday, March 10
Time: 9:30- 10:15 AM
Location: Zlotnik 6

In this session, Bruce Heterick, Senior Vice President of Open Collections & Infrastructure, will be discussing a pilot completed with JSTOR to guide users to their preferred content.

Text Mining on Campus, Portico & JSTOR Text Mining Platform

Date: Tuesday, March 10
Time: 4:30- 5:15 PM
Location: Zlotnik 6

JSTOR and Portico have developed a text and data mining platform with a suite of educational tools to help researchers ladder up their skills, non-text miners to experts. In this session, Amy Kirchoff will review the tool, its development, and how it has been rolled out by a library for its campus.