Answered By: Darren Chase
Last Updated: Feb 27, 2017     Views: 408

JSTOR is a library research database of thousands of full-text articles from scholarly journals. 

There are two quick pathways leading to JSTOR:

From the University Libraries homepage (, click the 'databases' link in the top left Search box area.  At the A-Z Databases page you can Find Databases by Title, or click on the J tab and scroll down until you reach JSTOR.

You can also go to the Resources menu at the bottom of any page on the University Libraries website and click the 'Databases' link, and follow the steps above.

At JSTOR you will see a search box near the top center of the page. Use the search box to search for articles. There is also an advanced search.

For a demonstration, see the Searching JSTOR video below.

For more information, documentation and video tutorials on using JSTOR see JSTOR Training & Support.


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