JSTOR


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The JSTOR website is a cloud native, micro services architecture running on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
JSTOR has been working with us to provide access to Fontes online for our members, and we will begin providing access through the IAML website under the members are for individual members to view Fontes Artis Musicae on JSTOR.
This was probably due to the fact that JSTOR is continuously increasing the amount of content in the archive, has greater breadth of discipline coverage covering 50 disciplines in the humanities, social sciences, economics, law, and life sciences, and has an expanded array of linking partner including Google.
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.
He died facing charges that could have led to a 35-year jail sentence and a $1 million fine for allegedly hacking into a Massachusetts Institute of Technology network and downloading millions of scholarly articles from the JSTOR subscription service.
According to the federal indictment, Swartz - who was a fellow at Harvard University's Edmond J Safra Center for Ethics - used MIT's computer networks to steal more than 4 million articles from JSTOR, an online archive and journal distribution service.
To make more general comparisons, I use JSTOR (2011), which self-describes, probably accurately, as 'one of the world's most trusted sources for academic content'.
The high quality of the articles appearing in these pages is evidenced by a number of facts, including the publication of works by Nobel Laureates, the selection of The American Economist for inclusion in the JSTOR archive, the significant number of articles reprinted each year in scholarly books, and frequent references in the "Recommended for Further Reading" section of the Journal of Economic Perspectives.
For those of you who are not aware, the Journal of Caribbean Literatures (JCLs) is now on JSTOR (short for Journal STORage).