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How to build search skills with JSTOR

Wednesday, September 18, 2019
2:00am - 2:45am

What is JSTOR?

JSTOR (short for Journal Storage) has created a full text digital archive of core scholarly journals with complete back runs of many titles. The XJTLU Library has access to 17 JSTOR's archival journal collections, including Arts & Science I~XV, Business IV and Health & General Science (you can access JSTOR by clicking here). Students from Humanities and Social Sciences Cluster, Design Cluster, and International Business School Suzhou are especially recommended to make use of JSTOR.

What will be included in this webinar?

This webinar will highlight several features of JSTOR that can help students build search skills and craft better research strategies. The session will cover: search tips for JSTOR's Basic and Advanced Search; overlooked features that can enhance the discovery of content; and Text Analyzer, a new type of search that helps find relevant content and scaffold knowledge in new areas. It will be lectured by Kristen Garlock, Associate Director, Education & Outreach.

How can I join this webinar?

You can click here to register this webniar. Please be kindly noted that even if you are not available at the scheduled time, by registration, you will receive the recording of the webinar and then watch/listen it when you are convenient.


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