JSTOR journal, book, and primary source collections are integrated on a single, robust platform that uses the latest digital technologies and best practices.

  • 24/7 access: With on-campus and remote access, JSTOR collections are always available, no matter where you conduct your research.
  • DRM-free content: You can easily download any content on JSTOR as full-text PDFs, without restrictive technologies.
  • New tools for research: Enhanced research tools provide new ways to explore and find content. Terms sourced from the JSTOR Thesaurus can be used to narrow a search within a subject area. Also, try the new Text Analyzer – upload your own text to search for related content.
  • Personalization and organization: A growing set of personalization features enable students and researchers to customize their experiences and save their work from session to session.
  • Building research skills: The new, onsite JSTOR outline builder supports information literacy skills by providing students with an easy way to begin a paper or project and link formatted, authoritative sources directly to their writing.
  • Text mining support: JSTOR supports text analysis and digital humanities research by providing datasets for the journals, books, research reports, and primary sources in the digital library.
  • Usage reporting: Librarians and administrators have access to a robust set of reports that show use of licensed resources and inform budgets and planning.
  • Extensive and current documentation: 20+ LibGuides help users navigate the JSTOR experience.