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Remote teaching and learning with JSTOR

Support for JSTOR during the COVID-19 public health crisis

Amidst the recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we are committed to continuing providing support to our participating institutions. Although we do not anticipate any disruptions in our operations or on our platforms during this time, we encourage our library, school, and museum partners to contact User Support with any questions or concerns.

 

Request expanded access to content on JSTOR (through June 30, 2021)

We and our participating publishers are making an expanded set of content available to JSTOR participating libraries impacted by COVID-19 at no charge. Libraries must request the expanded access, but once activated, students and faculty will be able to search and browse the additional content seamlessly on JSTOR as usual.

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