Student Debt Cancellation for Incarcerated Borrowers
Thursday, December 15th, 3:00 – 4:00 PM EST
Join us for critical information about student debt relief programs that affect currently incarcerated people with student loans. The JSTOR Access in Prison initiative will share our discoveries and provide a downloadable information sheet.
This webinar is appropriate for anyone interested in student loan issues, higher education in prison, and departments of corrections. 1 hour.
Teaching with American Prison Newspapers
Wednesday, January 18th, 1:00-2:00 PM EST
Join this webinar to discover how educators can use the American Prison Newspapers collection in their classrooms. We’ll showcase what information instructors and students would come across, such as poems, comics, debates, artwork, and informational articles. There will be time for questions and discussion.
This webinar is appropriate for instructors. 1 hour.
The future of JSTOR Open Community Collections
Tuesday, January 31st, 1:00 – 2:00 PM EST
Explore how far the JSTOR Open Community Collection initiative has come and what’s next. Charter members will be first to tour our final menu of services and fee models, preview product enhancements — including audio — uncover usage statistics, and more. Your continued participation on this journey will help us prepare for a successful launch this summer.
This webinar is appropriate for current and prospective Community Collections charter members. 1 hr
Through interviews with scholars, this recording highlights the depth of once-hidden content that is now or will be available for discovery on JSTOR and how the material is having a significant impact on contemporary scholarship. 90 minutes.
Managing your Institution’s JSTOR Access
Watch this recording for a tour of the JSTOR Admin site to learn more about adding users to your school’s account and how to set up access, updating your institution’s branding, creating and downloading usage reports, and more. 45 minutes.
Publishing from Forum to JSTOR
Watch this recording to learn about how to optimize discovery, and publishing collections to make them available for research and teaching alongside the other primary sources on the platform. 45 minutes.
Orientation for Admins: The new JSTOR Admin site
JSTOR recently released a new and improved Admin site for account administrators. View the recording for a tour of enhanced functionality designed to make your work easier and check out our resource guide to help you do more on JSTOR. 55 minWatch Now
Orientation: The latest content, features, and tools on JSTOR
Learn about the time-saving features and functionality that make finding, gathering, curating, and sharing all kinds of content on JSTOR easy and efficient. 55 min
Finding and using images on JSTOR
JSTOR is now offering millions of images from Artstor and Open Community Collections for teaching and research. Join us to learn all about finding, organizing, and presenting images on JSTOR. We’ll stay online after the session for questions. 40 minWatch now
From your shelves to the world: Unlock the power of your special collections
Tune in to learn how Queens College CUNY, Queen’s University Belfast, and University of the Pacific made their primary source materials openly accessible on JSTOR to scholars, students, and faculty worldwide. 1 hrWatch now
Text analysis platform beta
Learn about the progress of Constellate, our new platform to teach and learn text analytics, build datasets from multiple content sources, and visualize and analyze datasets — and find out how your library can participate in a free beta evaluation. 1 hrWatch now
American Prison Newspapers
The first of three webinars on Reveal Digital’s new project, American Prison Newspapers 1800-2019: Voices from the Inside, features James McGrath Morris, author of Jailhouse Journalism. 1 hrWatch now
American Prison Newspapers
The second of Reveal Digital’s American Prison Newspapers 1800-2019: Voices from the Inside webinar series features Kerry Myers, Deputy Director of the Louisiana Parole Project and ex-editor of The Angolite. 1 hrWatch now
American Prison Newspapers
The third of Reveal Digital’s American Prison Newspapers 1800-2019: Voices from the Inside series features Yukari Iwatani Kane and Shaheen Pasha, co-founders and co-directors of the Prison Journalism Project. 1 hrWatch now
JSTOR Forum Town Hall
Watch this recording for an open conversation about JSTOR Forum. In this recording, our Forum product manager provides an overview of our strategy and plans for the future.
This recording is appropriate for collection administrators and catalogers. 15 minutes.
JSTOR DDA at the Royal Danish Library
Michael Ferslev joined us to discuss ebook acquisitions strategy at the Royal Danish Library, including how JSTOR’s Demand-Driven Acquisition model helps meet user information needs and optimize usage of library budgets. 40 minWatch now
Benefits of DDA with JSTOR + GOBI
We explore how input from our participants led to our partnership with GOBI on Demand-Driven Acquisition, as well as its benefits for libraries. Maggie Saponaro and Leigh Ann DePope from the University of Maryland, College Park share their experiences and recommendations. 1 hrWatch now
Expose JSTOR content
Join us to discuss configuration options in EBSCO Discovery Service to ensure that your JSTOR content is discoverable and your settings showcase your preferences for full-text link display. 30 minWatch now
Creative ebook acquisition strategies during COVID-19
Stephanie Church, Acquisitions and Metadata Services Librarian at Case Western Reserve University, discusses her library’s e-resource usage trends and her strategies to control costs. We share the results of JSTOR’s COVID access initiative and our continuing support efforts. 1 hrWatch now