WT Cox Information Services Partners with JSTOR To Provide Secondary School Collection
New York, NY- October 22, 2013 - WT Cox Information Services announces partnership with JSTOR, a non-profit digital library of scholarly journals, books and primary sources.
WT Cox current and prospective Secondary School customers can now license a JSTOR collection specifically formulated and priced for public and independent secondary schools.
JSTOR's Secondary School collection features more than 1,800 journals and millions of primary source materials to support the teaching and study of history, literature, science, and other subjects. The collection provides students with exposure to peer reviewed scholarly research similar to what they will encounter at a college or university.
With this collection, teachers can incorporate academic research literature into class lessons, and librarians can offer a resource of high-quality journals alongside primary sources in a broad spectrum of disciplines, including history, language & literature, mathematics, and biology. The JSTOR digital library provides dynamic functionality, faithful replications of printed pages, and links with relevant resources.
"We are excited about expanding our line of school services and adding such a useful collection from JSTOR. Our school customers can take advantage of consolidated billing and the personalized customer services they are accustomed to, all while expanding their collection of digital research resources," said Michael Markwith, Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
About WT Cox Information Services
Founded in 1974, WT Cox is a full-service serials and information services provider, serving academic, corporate, special, government, school and public libraries nationwide. WT Cox offers a portfolio of services that include electronic and print subscription access, eBooks, an ERM solution, discovery tool, online serials management tools, personalized services, transitions coordinators and free service proposals. http://www.wtcox.com
JSTOR (www.jstor.org) is a digital library of more than 1,800 academic journals, 20,000 books, and 2 million primary source objects. JSTOR helps people discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content through a powerful research and teaching platform, and preserves this content for future generations. JSTOR is part of ITHAKA, a not-for-profit organization that also includes Ithaka S+R and Portico.