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JSTOR teaching resources (with way more Understanding Shakespeare!)

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Back in November I wrote about JSTOR becoming even more librarian- and classroom-friendly.  This morning JSTOR significantly beefed up its bardiness. Understanding Shakespeare, the collaborative project between JSTOR Labs and the Folger Shakespeare Library increased its coverage from six to 38 plays. This research tool facilitates discovery of scholarship. It allows students, teachers and scholars […]

JSTOR is even more librarian- and classroom-friendly

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This news from JSTOR makes me want to be a high school librarian again! If like me, you work or have worked with high school students and teachers who crave a challenge or lean toward the scholarly, you’ll be interested in the new developments from our friends at JSTOR. Officially launched in September, Research Basics […]

Wikipedia and JSTOR partner

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In a Wikimedia blog post this week, Steven Walling shared news of an exciting partnership. JSTOR, that non-profit consortium-based database, beloved by high school and college students everywhere for its scholarly, authoritative content, will now provide the 100 most active Wikipedia editors with free access to the complete archive collections on JSTOR, including more than […]

Scholarship gets democratic: JSTOR launches register and read

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JSTOR is one of my students’ favorite databases. They are kinda JSTOR junkies. But not every high school can afford to subscribe to this not-for-profit full-text resource, offering access to scholarly content from more than 1300 journals and thousands of primary sources. And then, so many individual researchers and young scholars don’t happen to be […]