JSTOR Review


Overview: JSTOR offers a variety of search options including academic books, journals, images, primary, and secondary sources. JSTOR also offers an advance search. This advance search includes searching by subject, title, collection, and publisher. The digitization of the contents of this database is available for re-digitization if necessary.

Date Range: 1665 to present.

Publisher: A non-profit organization called Ithaka Harbors, Inc.

Publisher About Page:

Object Type: Books, journals, images, primary, and secondary sources.

Exportable Image: Yes

Facsimile Image: Yes

Full text searchable: JSTOR is only full text searchable if users have access through an institution or they can pay for an account.

Title List Link:

Digitized Microfilm: There are some items.

Original Sources: Include but are not limited to, monographs, pamphlets, manuscripts, letters, diary entries, oral histories, government documents, images, 3D models, spatial data, type specimens, drawings, and paintings.

History: JSTOR was created by William G. Bowen in 1994.

CCL¬EAR COMMITTEE REVIEW. Review of JSTOR Databases, by California Community College Libraries. 2016, pp. 1–7.

Access: JSTOR requires either a personal log-in or an institutional log-in. Without one of these two logins, people are not able to obtain full documents or images.

Citing: JSTOR offers various citing tools. They provide information for manual citations. Users can also choose a certain citation format and JSTOR will generate the citation for the user.

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