Join Sharon Garewal, Senior Metadata Librarian, for a 30-minute introduction to JSTOR’s subject thesaurus and how they’re using it to improve discovery for researchers.

The JSTOR Thesaurus was created in partnership with Access Innovations, Inc. of New Mexico in order to improve their ability to organize and discover content.  Launched in 2013, the thesaurus comprises several source thesauri and controlled vocabularies and currently includes more than 48,000 primary terms. Sharon will cover the development and maintenance of the thesaurus, and how the terms are being applied on JSTOR to improve searching and evaluation of the content. Participants will receive a copy of the slides along with session handouts.

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