We've created a set of research guides for JSTOR (guides.jstor.org). The guides are a great starting point for students and people new to JSTOR. They include both subject-specific guides to content on JSTOR, as well as guides to collections such as Books at JSTOR.
In addition to the world’s leading scholarship, JSTOR has several tools to support your research.
From a workspace to organize your source materials to a search tool designed to find things you may have missed, JSTOR helps all researchers, from beginners writing their first paper to subject experts looking to refine their ideas.
We pulled together an assortment of LibGuides to walk you through your research process.
An introduction to the available tools on JSTOR, including tools to enhance your search, citation management, and organization .
A deep dive into searching on JSTOR: basic, advanced, featured subjects, and Text Analyzer
A collection of guides that highlights discipline-specific content in 10 subjects across the humanities, social sciences, and sciences
Designed specifically for first-time researchers, this open academic research skills course walks you through the basics of search, source evaluation, and citation.
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