For almost two decades, JSTOR has been digitizing and hosting core scholarly journals across many disciplines. Currently, their servers store more than 1,400 journals from the first issue to a rolling wall of anywhere from 3-5 years ago (for most titles). Some of these journals date back several centuries.
They have backups, both digital and [...]
When I was booking my flights and sending in my registration during the snow storms earlier this year, Palm Springs sounded like a dream. Sunny, warm, dry — all the things that Richmond was not. This would also be my first visit to Southern California, so I may be excused for my ignorance of the [...]
Presenters: David Fritsch, JSTOR and Rachel Lee, University of California Press
JSTOR has started working with several university press and other small scholarly publishers to develop sustainable options.
UC Press is one of the largest university press in the US (36 journals in the humanities, biological & social sciences), publishing both UC titles and society [...]