Subscriptions fees are based on your institution’s JSTOR classification. There are four JSTOR classifications for Public Libraries: Large, Medium, Small, and Very Small.
In order to determine the JSTOR classification for any public library, please contact us at email@example.com with the following information:
- Population Served: The total population of the area served by the library, according to the most recent statistics.
- Library Materials Budget: The annual budget for library acquisitions.
- Periodicals Holdings: The number of active serial subscriptions at your library.
Includes all JSTOR Arts & Sciences and Thematic collections, and the Business IV Collection. The collection contains all JSTOR archive content in subjects like History, Language & Literature, Religion, Art & Art History, Education, Law, and Political Sciences.
Fees are effective through December 31, 2020.
Includes all archival Life Sciences content on JSTOR (including the Life Sciences Collection and the Ecology & Botany II Collection).
Includes all primary source collections on JSTOR: Global Plants, Struggles for Freedom in Southern Africa, African Cultural Heritage Sites and Landscapes, and 19th Century British Pamphlets.
Jewish Studies and Hebrew Journals Collections
The Jewish Studies, Hebrew Journals, and Ireland collections are also available for separate sets of fees. The Ireland Collection is available to all public libraries, regardless of classification, for an AAF of $250.
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Hebrew Journals Collection Fees
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One-time payment for new archive collections
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