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:
JSTOR offers several other access options for the content in the digital library.
Institutional access: Check JSTOR’s Institution Finder. Your school or local public library may offer JSTOR access to its patrons. Some colleges and universities also allow walk-in access in their communities.
Read online for free: Create a free MyJSTOR account and read up to 6 articles per month. Look for the “Read Online (Free)” button above the article.
Open access ebooks: We have partnered with leading publishers on a project to make open access ebooks available on the JSTOR platform.
Early Journal Content: The Early Journal Content is free on JSTOR, and includes journal articles published in the United States before 1923 and articles published in other countries before 1870.
Alumni Access: A growing number of colleges and universities offer JSTOR access to their alumni. Check to see if you alma mater is on the list.
JSTOR Daily: Our online magazine offers engaging editorial analysis of the news, tapping into scholarship made available to all. Articles cited in each piece are free to read via the Daily link.
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