JSTOR


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That is why a new and sophisticated search option that JSTOR Labs recently introduced in beta is welcome.
Project MUSE, Elsevier and JSTOR report that their companies are pulling sales files and KBART files from the same product databases.
JPASS provides monthly or annual access to the JSTOR library of more than 1,700 academic journals.
The JSTOR website is a cloud native, micro services architecture running on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
The most mentioned databases by above 10% (on average) of respondents were JSTOR (50%), Ebscohost (34.
Specific sources and databases for different areas of the humanities and social studies are listed, such as Gale Virtual Reference Library, World Cat, JSTOR, and Project Muse.
Swartz was a 26-year-old activist who committed suicide last year while under federal prosecution and was charged with stealing 4 million documents from MIT and JSTOR.
Although JNZL is still produced as a hard-copy publication in the first instance, it is also widely available electronically and reaches thousands of readers annually via JSTOR, ProQuest, and Ebsco.
We have accepted that invitation and are in the process of having JSTOR archive and electronically digitize all past issues of ETC.
Ellis Library spent $500,000 to buy the complete online resource of 14,000 scholarly e-books collected by JSTOR, a nonprofit digital library that supports higher education.
Current Scholarship Program (csP) subscribers and individuals with access to JSTOR's Arts & Sciences V Collection enjoy complete access to WLT via the JSTOR platform and its powerful discovery, linking, and other tools.
With this concern in mind, he set out to share a virtual treasure trove of academic articles from the online archive JSTOR.