For each JSTOR Collection institutions will pay two fees to participate, an Archive Capital Fee (ACF) and an Annual Access Fee (AAF). These fees vary depending upon the JSTOR Classification of your school.
- Archive Capital Fee (ACF): The ACF is a one-time fee that has two purposes: it is used both to help underwrite the costs of digitizing new collections and to ensure that JSTOR can continue migrating data and software into the future.
- Annual Access Fee (AAF): The AAF is intended to cover the ongoing costs of maintenance, user services, and administration required to support the enterprise. The AAF is pro-rated in the first year and payable for every year of access.
SECONDARY SCHOOLS COLLECTION FEES
The JSTOR Participation Fees below provide access to all Arts & Sciences Archive Collections, Life Sciences, Global Plants, Business III, 19th Century British Pamphlets, African Cultural Heritage Sites and Landscapes, and Struggles for Freedom in Southern Africa. Separate fees are required for the Ireland Collection, the Current Scholarship Program, and Books at JSTOR.
|JSTOR Classification||Archive Capital Fee|
|Schools I, II, III||$500|
|JSTOR Classification||Annual Access Fee|
THE IRELAND COLLECTION
The Ireland Collection, developed in cooperation with Queen's University Belfast, is an interdisciplinary collection of journals and other materials. It will contain a minimum of 75 journals, including journals with moving walls between 1 and 5 years and ceased journals from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Over 200 monographs and 2,500 manuscript pages will also be included. Complementing JSTOR's existing collections, the Ireland Collection adds titles and resources across the arts, humanities, and sciences in disciplines such as music, art, history, literature, archaeology, mathematics, and biology. The content is international in scope, while also providing a rich focus on Ireland. The Ireland Collection was created with funding from the JISC Digitisation Programme.
IRELAND COLLECTION FEES
The Ireland Collection is being completed with funding from the JISC Digitisation Programme, which allows this collection to be made freely available to non-commercial educational and research institutions in Ireland and the United Kingdom. For additional information please contact JISC Collections at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|JSTOR Classification||Ireland Collection ACF||Ireland Collection AAF|
|Schools I, II, and III||$250||$250|
JEWISH STUDIES COLLECTION
The Jewish Studies Archive Collection features journals that cover a unique range of historical and regional aspects of Jewish Studies. Comprising a minimum of 50 titles at completion, this collection includes published content dating back to 1889, as well as titles in English, German, French, Dutch, Italian, and Hebrew. This collection includes key publications of the Association for Jewish Studies, Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary, Hebrew Union College, Rabbinical Council of America, and the National Association of Professors of Hebrew. A number of titles with historical depth are also featured, including the oldest English-language journal in the field of Jewish Studies.
JEWISH STUDIES COLLECTION FEES
|Participation Status||Jewish Studies ACF||Jewish Studies AAF|
BECOMING A PARTICIPANT
Please read the terms and conditions for JSTOR participation. If you are comfortable agreeing to them on behalf of your institution, then please:
- Download the JSTOR Participation Agreement for Secondary Schools and make two copies of it.
- Fill out the Network Verification Form online so we can establish the best methods of access for your institution.
- Complete the participation agreement form with all contact information and collections information and sign it.
- Fax a copy of the signed participation agreement to (212) 358-6499 or email a scanned copy to email@example.com.
- Mail the two completed and signed participation agreements to JSTOR Outreach & Participation Services in the New York office.
- Download the JSTOR Collections Rider for Secondary Schools and make two copies of it.
- Complete the Rider and sign it.
- Mail the two completed and signed Riders to JSTOR Outreach & Participation Services in the New York office.