JSTOR  Connect to JSTOR
Access: Internet-delivered database. There are three ways to connect:
  1. from a public computer in the University of Delaware Library
  2. from a University of Delaware campus connection in your dorm, lab, or office
  3. from an off-campus connection (University of Delaware ID required)
Description: JSTOR is a database of back issues of core journals in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Currently available are the complete digitized backfiles of over 1000 scholarly journals, organized in various collections. These collections provide coverage of African-American studies, anthropology, Asian studies, business, ecology and botany, economics, education, finance, general science, history, language and literature, mathematics, music, philosophy, political science, population studies, sociology, and statistics.
Coverage: varies
Journals: Journals
Personalization: Register for a MyJSTOR account in order to save citations, e-mail citations, and export citations to bibliographic software (such as RefWorks).
Notes: Each title has a “moving wall” of coverage, usually up to five years before the present. Titles will continue to be added to JSTOR.
Permitted Uses: Users are permitted to download or print one copy of any article for their personal use; users are expressly prohibited from downloading or printing entire issues of any journal. Certain user actions, such as the employment of computer programs that automatically download content (i.e. Web robots, spiders, crawlers, wanderers and accelerators) are not permitted.
Output Formats:

You can export citations to EndNote, ProCite, Reference Manager, and RefWorks. Choosing the direct export option will automatically open the citation management application.

There are articles in Language & Literature and the final release of Arts & Sciences II that contain language with non-Roman, non-ASCII alphabets. The default display is in transliteration, but if you click on “Display citations on this page in original alphabet” you will view the citation information using the original alphabet.

Help: For further assistance, Ask the Library.
Users: unlimited concurrent users
Producer: JSTOR, a not-for-profit organization established with the assistance of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

This page is maintained by Erin Daix, Collection Development Department.

Last modified: 10/01/15