Cultural History Baseball Cards
First released: July 2018
Pick a player, view their cultural history card, browse related primary and secondary resources. A collaboration with Library of Congress Labs, Cultural History Baseball Cards is a proof of concept showcasing a way to use Linked Open Data to connect diverse corpora.
Last major update: January 2018
First released: February 2017
Upload your own document to search for articles and books on JSTOR. Using text analysis to find the topics covered in a document and intuitive tools to refine your search results, Text Analyzer is a powerful new way to search.
Reimagining the Monograph
White paper released for comment: December 2016
Final white paper released: June 2017
Consisting of both a white paper and the Topicgraph prototype, Reimagining the Monograph shows that design thinking can help unlock some of the value lost as longform scholarship has migrated to digital.
First released: June 2016
Pick a painting to see scholarship from JSTOR about that painting. Developed with Artstor Labs shortly after Artstor and ITHAKA joined forces, Exploring Rembrandt is a proof of concept demonstrating the potential of using artwork as a portal into the scholarship about it.
Last major update: July 2015
First released: October 2014
Pick a play. Click a line. Instantly see articles on JSTOR that quote that line. Developed in partnership with the Folger Shakespeare Library, Understanding Shakespeare showcases the potential of using a primary text as a portal into the scholarship about it.
Livingstone's Zambezi Expedition
First released: May 2015
Explore along with Dr. David Livingstone and his botanist John Kirk on their journey up the Zambezi River in East Africa. Incorporating rich materials from JSTOR Global Plants, Livingstone’s Zambezi Expedition allows researchers to explore plant specimens and primary source materials both geographically and chronologically.
Graduated: January 2018
First released: August 2014
Find reading assignments to share with your students that are on topic and at their
level. Populated by articles whose usage patterns on JSTOR suggest they were frequently
taught in classes, Classroom Readings helps time-crunched teachers incorporate scholarly
sources into their classes.
JSTOR Classroom Readings is no longer operational.
Graduated: January 2018
First released: September 2014
Search a digital library of academic research covering issues related to environmental
stress and its challenges for human society. JSTOR Sustainability helps researchers
navigate an interdisciplinary terrain, with Topic Pages and Influential Articles
(developed in partnership with the UW DataLab) acting as road signs.
JSTOR Sustainability is no longer operational. Many of its features and all its content are available on JSTOR here.
Graduated: May 2017
First released: February 2015
Snap a picture of any page of text and discover articles from JSTOR about the same
topic. Providing a mobile research experience that isn’t just a stripped-down,
small-screen version of desktop search, JSTOR Snap takes advantage of the unique
qualities of your smart phone.
JSTOR Snap is no longer operational. Users of Snap will be redirected to Text Analyzer, which incorporates all that we learned on Snap and more.