Sometimes you just need to see something done to understand it. These short videos teach you how to use JSTOR and show you the different features available to you on our platform.
Books at JSTOR features more than 14,000 titles from leading presses including Cornell University Press, Princeton University Press, and the University of California Press. Books at JSTOR offers front and backlist books for purchase as individual titles, disciplinary packages, and customizable collections. Models include Single-User, Multi-User, and Demand-Driven Acquisition.
Register & Read Beta is a new, experimental program to offer free, read-online access to individual scholars and researchers who register for a MyJSTOR account.
What are 19th century British pamphlets, and how are they different from the journal articles on the JSTOR platform?
Learn about the free "Early Journal Content", which includes journal content published prior to 1923 in the U.S. and prior to 1870 internationally.
This video reviews some tools to use to help construct your search, including wildcards (*, #), quotation marks, term identification, and more.
Register & Read is a new, experimental program to offer free, read-online access to individual scholars and researchers who register for a MyJSTOR account.
Doing research from an off-campus location? Try our new Institution Finder for easier log in while you're on the go.
Learn several ways to search for articles and other items in the JSTOR archive, including using the Advanced Search form.
JSTOR can send you an email message or an RSS feed update when content relevant to your research is added to the platform.
Meet JSTOR's User Services Support and Education & Outreach teams!