The JSTOR Archive features the complete back runs of over 1000 scholarly journals across over forty disciplines. Presently, JSTOR offers access to twelve multidisciplinary collections; the thirteenth collection will be released in June 2012.
The JSTOR Archive features the complete back runs of over 1000 scholarly journals across over forty disciplines. Presently, JSTOR offers access to twelve multidisciplinary collections: Arts & Sciences I, Arts & Sciences II, Arts & Sciences III, Arts & Sciences IV, Arts & Sciences V, Arts & Sciences VI, Arts & Sciences VII, Arts & Sciences VIII, Arts & Sciences IX, Arts & Sciences X, Life Sciences and the Ireland collection. The thirteenth collection, Arts & Sciences XI, will be released in June 2012.
Institutions also have the option of participating in smaller, discipline specific collections. JSTOR offers access to nine of these collections: Biological Sciences, Business, Business II, Business III, Ecology & Botany, Health & General Sciences, Language & Literature, Mathematics & Statistics, and Music.
JSTOR also offers access to primary source content on the platform. Four collections of primary source content are available: 19th Century British Pamphlets, African Cultural Heritage Sites and Landscapes, Struggles for Freedom in Southern Africa and JSTOR Plant Science.
Detailed information on these collections, including disciplines covered in each, title counts and representative title lists are available at http://about.jstor.org/sites/default/files/JSTOR_ContentOfferingl20110322.pdf.
Institutions participating in JSTOR Archive Collections can access full text of all journals in that collection, from volume 1, number 1 to the moving wall. The moving wall is the time lag between the most current issue published and the content available in JSTOR. The majority of journals in the archive have moving walls of between 3 and 5 years, but publishers may elect walls anywhere from zero to 10 years.
Access to current content is also available through the JSTOR Current Scholarship Program. Current content as defined as the Digital Availability Date of the title, the year the title first went online, to the most recent issue. Institutions can order.
Other technical features available to users include citation management through MyJSTOR, table of contents, journal and publisher information, abstracts and summary pages (for certain titles), reference links and links to external content.
System requirements for JSTOR are available at
Access to JSTOR is often provided through IP authentication.
Access to JSTOR can also be provided by remote access. The JSTOR remote logon script can be used by participating institutions to enable access to JSTOR for off-campus and remote users. This scheme requires that a campus be able to authenticate users for access to a CGI script running on a web server. The script will obtain a JSTOR „ticket”, which permits an authorized user’s browser to use JSTOR for up to 4 hours.
If IP authentication is not available, access can be provided through an “access token” which will ask users to set up a username and password through MyJSTOR.
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