JSTOR, otherwise known as that disappointing place that a Google Search links you to when you’re researching something and find that you have to pay $35 to access a study, created JSTOR Teaching Resources earlier this year and sent out their first newsletter today.

They’re making quite a few of their papers available for free through the effort though, for the life of me, I can’t imagine high school teachers using any of them apart from short excerpts (and that could be valuable). They do have some other resources, though, that might be useful, including an online course for high school students on how to research.

It’s worth keeping an eye on them to see what they can deliver in the future…