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The Impact JSTOR in Prison Has Made on Me

Tim Johnson, serving a life sentence in North Carolina, shares how access to JSTOR creates opportunities that cultivate change in prison and beyond.
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Building Classroom Discussions around JSTOR Daily Syllabi

Help students develop discussion skills using JSTOR Daily syllabi and roundups as catalysts for classroom conversations.
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Scaffolding a Research Project with JSTOR

Use JSTOR resources and this five-step process to help students learn how to complete a scholarly research project.
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Asking Scholarly Questions with JSTOR Daily

Help students develop analytic and scholarly questioning skills using a quick activity built on JSTOR Daily roundups and syllabi.
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Watching an Eclipse from Prison

For incarcerated people, being able to experience something collectively with those beyond the walls is a type of reprieve that buoys the soul and psyche.
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Make Your Own Poetry Anthology

Teaching students to make their own poetry anthologies in the form of a commonplace book gives them insight into the power, and problems, of curation.

Intellectual Humility: Foundations and Key Concepts

Research about intellectual humility has exploded in the past decade. Psychologist Elizabeth Krumrei-Mancuso offers an annotated bibliography of key texts.
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Second Opinions: On Intellectual Humility and Medicine

What happens when doctors admit they don't know everything?
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Teaching Summary Skills with JSTOR Daily

Helping students to summarize scholarly works starts with getting them to ask the right questions about the material and the purpose of the exercise.
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Modeling Cultural Networks in the Classroom with Constellate

Using JSTOR’s Constellate lab to teach students how to do digital text analysis and data visualization for historical subjects.