Welcome to our JSTOR Community experiment! If you’re here, you’re part of a Beta program that we hope will help our users connect and learn from one another. Additionally, your feedback will help us make improvements to the platform. You won’t be completely on your own in this space; our moderators are on standby to answer your questions or to let you know about important JSTOR updates.
We ask that when you join this community of JSTOR users, that you follow a few rules:
1) Be respectful. Everyone is here to learn and share so that JSTOR can be a more effective resource. If our moderators notice something we do not feel is respectful or relevant, we reserve the right to delete that post.
2) Make sure you’re posting in the right section. For example, if you have a really great tip for organizing your citations that would like to share with others, fewer people will see it if you post it in the “Help!” section. (It would, of course, be of more use in the “Tips and Tricks” section). It may help to take a look at how the JSTOR Community is organized before you get started.
3) Have a problem? Post a screenshot! In general, we and other JSTOR users can be of more help to you if you provide as much information as possible. If you’re able, posting a screenshot can often lead to a faster resolution to your problem.
4) Check our support pages first. Maybe we’ve already answered your question! You can search for the keyword on our JSTOR Support home page based on the question you have. If we don’t have what you’re looking for, come back to the Community and share your thoughts. This resource will be most useful if there isn’t a lot of duplicated material. If we see that a lot of people are asking questions about a topic we don’t have on our support pages, we can create a support page for you.
5) For DfR users/Community members: please don't share actual JSTOR DfR datasets publicly.
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