JSTOR offers a variety of programs and services to support your goals of ensuring preservation, broadening access, and encouraging discovery of your content.

Archival journals

Join a diverse group of nearly 900 publishers from over 25 countries who work with JSTOR to preserve and make their content digitally available.

Archival and thematic collections are curated by the JSTOR editorial team, and they build on our strengths in core disciplines or target new, emerging areas of scholarship. For each collection, we review the availability of existing resources currently in the field, consult library advisors, scholars and academic societies about content they would find valuable, and survey faculty and researchers for feedback.

After identifying publications for inclusion, we work with publishers and content providers on licensing arrangements that allow JSTOR to include content going back to volume 1, issue 1 of journals. This approach is driven by the need to establish priorities among the vast number of journals published around the world and to devote limited resources to those journals that most closely fit our mission.

To submit your content for consideration, or to make a content recommendation, please complete the request form.

Flexible options to meet your needs

Subscription management services
Our basic option offers bi-weekly payment schedule and reporting and automatic renewal mailings.

Premium options include print, electronic, and print + electronic order processing, as well as customized renewal schedule and mailings and customized payment schedule and reporting.

Discovery services
All contributing publishers are included in the JSTOR database, JSTOR-supported discovery services, and Portico, and have the option of CrossRef deposits (publishers will be billed for CrossRef fees).

Premium options include customized third party aggregators, discovery services, and preservation services.

All contributing publishers receive basic promotion on JSTOR’s marketing website; display at a minimum of five conferences attended by JSTOR per year; inclusion in our annual program announcement to subscription agents; inclusion in our e-newsletter to registered faculty; access to basic usage reports; ad space on journal and publisher pages; and discounted admission to ITHAKA events and workshops.

Premium options include some custom reporting upon request, email campaigns to registered faculty in target disciplines, and email campaigns to JSTOR’s list of library contacts.

Additional programs and services

JSTOR offers more options to establish additional revenue streams, identify new users and markets, and provide access to society members and/or individual subscribers.

Publisher Sales Service
Make your journals’ single articles and issues available for purchase on the JSTOR platform. The program is designed to help reach users outside of JSTOR’s pool of licensing institutions and to meet user access demands while establishing an additional revenue stream for publishers. You set the base price for articles and issues and can change prices at any time.

Member access
Societies can grant access to the complete archive of their publications for their members or individual subscribers through the JSTOR platform. Fees are tiered according to the number of members in each society.

Advertising space
Run online ads on your journal pages at no additional cost. We ask that you restrict the use of the ads to promote:

  • subscriptions to your own journal(s) or other publications
  • news or announcements (e.g., annual conferences, calls for papers, etc.)
  • society memberships

Ad space is available for sale to third parties only for publishers in our hosting program.

Promotional materials
JSTOR is happy to work with you on customized ads, presentations, and copy to publicize your participation. Reach out to us or to your  JSTOR primary contact at least three weeks in advance of deadline.

To submit your content for consideration, please complete the request form.