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University of Kentucky Libraries 2017 Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

Held at the Lucille Caudill Little Fine Arts Library, 9am - 5pm on Monday, March 20, 2017.

Online reference sources

Reference books -- we will bring these to the Edit-a-thon!

Citing Wikipedia articles with free pieces in the JSTOR digital library

Tips for Using JSTOR as a Source

You can use JSTOR to help make the world a more factual place! Here are some quick tips:

FIND

  • Use JSTOR’s Advanced Search to craft the best source search. 
  • Focus your search on the best secondary sources (“Journals”) with the most widely available access (“Read online”)

EVALUATE

  • Sort your search results by date to find the most recent sources.
  • In search results, look for the green FREE button that identifies open access articles.
  • When viewing an article, look for the “References” tab to explore related sources.

LINK

  • Use the “stable URL” from JSTOR citations to generate a quick & reliable link to the article from Wikipedia: