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JSTOR: Not just back issues anymore

January 16, 2011


JSTOR (short for journal storage) is not just back issues anymore! Selected current content is now available on the online archive of academic journal articles, marked by symbols to shows users which articles are accessible.  

For example, a green check mark indicates you have access to the content. A yellow icon indicates you may have access outside of JSTOR through other library subscriptions; click on Find it @ Beloit (within JSTOR) to view these resources.

New to JSTOR for 2011 is an option to register for Table of Contents (eTOC) alerts via MyJSTOR. Registered MyJSTOR users can also elect to receive alerts when new content matches their saved search terms. You can set the frequency of the alerts for monthly, weekly, or daily.

Beloit’s collection of JSTOR back issues continues to expand as well. The library recently added JSTOR’s Arts and Sciences IX collection, which widens coverage of archaeology, anthropology, sociology, business, economics, population studies, and political science. Notable titles include The American Sociologist, International Journal of Sociology, Oceania, Public Affairs Quarterly, and Science & Society.

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