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 includes a growing set of permanently open access academic ebooks, journal articles, and research reports. Artstor (a digital library of images) also includes more than 1.3 million open access images and other media files.
Our editors at JSTOR Daily have put together a round up of articles about Wikipedia on JSTOR. Read them for free when you follow the links from the Daily post.
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 account and read up to 6 articles per month. Look for the “Read Online (Free)” button above the article.
Open Access content: We have partnered with leading publishers on a project to make thousands of materials open to everyone. Explore the open content.
Alumni Access: A growing number of colleges and universities offer JSTOR access to their alumni. Check to see if your 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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