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How to Use JSTOR

JSTOR is an online library of journals, academic ebooks, images, and primary sources. We help you explore a wide range of scholarly content with additional research tools and features.

This guide brings together the key information you need to effectively use JSTOR. Happy researching!

Getting Help with JSTOR

Your local librarian is often in the best position to help you with access or research questions, but the JSTOR Support team is also ready to assist you with using JSTOR.

JSTOR Website and Technical Support

Email support@jstor.org
Twitter: @JSTORSupport
Phone:

  • (888) 388-3574, toll free in the United States
  • (734) 887-7001, local and international
  • M - F, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. EDT (GMT -4:00)

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