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JSTOR for Educators K-12: Welcome!

The information in this guide brings together the key information needed to launch JSTOR as an essential resource for students.

Getting started with JSTOR

The "JSTOR for K-12 Educators" brings together the key information you need to use JSTOR most effectively in your research.

Within this guide you can find:

  • descriptions of JSTOR and the collections available to Secondary Schools
  • training materials and how-to information for JSTOR
  • introductions to the collections and subjects covered on JSTOR
  • resources for teaching and learning with JSTOR
  • digital and print promotional materials

Journals and eBooks in Education

  • JSTOR includes more than 165 journal titles and hundreds of ebooks within the discipline of education. 
  • The collection covers the sub-disciplines of education administration; psychology, counseling, and human development; teaching methods; and the context of education, education policy, and comparative education.
  • The content includes titles from many of the leading publishers, including the American Educational Research Association (AERA), the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM).
  • One of the greatest strengths of the education content on JSTOR is its interdisciplinary focus.
  • A growing area of coverage for JSTOR is child development and special education, encompassing both special needs and gifted students.