Frequently Asked Questions


Question:

What is JSTOR?

Answer:

JSTOR is a full-text archive of scholarly journals in many academic disciplines. It features digitized copies of original issues as they were designed, illustrated and printed. Many date back to the 1800s, and coverage extends to 2 to 5 years prior to the most recently published issue. As an archive, JSTOR does not contain the latest published materials. From the library's homepage, on the Search & Find menu, Resources A-Z, click on J, then select JSTOR. Or click here.


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