If you are working on a research project and can’t find a journal in our collections, one way to get what you need is to use myJSTOR.

JSTOR is a digital library of journals and other sources such as academic books and primary sources. We subscribe to JSTOR’s Arts & Sciences I, II, & III collections giving us access to hundreds of academic journal titles. (Don’t forget! Searching directly from the Articles tab on the website will not include our JSTOR journals… you actually need to go to the JSTOR database link under “Frequently-used databases”!)

For journal articles that are not available through our JSTOR subscription, you can use myJSTOR. Setting up an account is easy and free. With myJSTOR you can have up to three articles saved on your “shelf” at a time for online reading. These articles stay for two weeks, and can then be removed and replaced.

Using this individual access in combination with our regular campus subscriptions is a great way to get the most out of the JSTOR library.

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