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Prefer a demo to get started? This brief (4 minutes) tutorial walks you through the process of creating a JSTOR personal account and pairing it with your school. 

Troubleshooting access

Are you having technical issues getting access to JSTOR? See the JSTOR Support site for issues related to browser compatibility. Our troubleshooting page for clearing browser cache and cookies provides instructions for a quick fix to various access issues.

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