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Faculty Guide to Utilizing Library Databases: JSTOR

Linking to Articles - JSTOR

  1. Locate the record for the article/book chapter in JSTOR.
  2. Click on the hyperlinked title.
  3. Locate the URL at the bottom of the publication information and copy it. (Found above the "Cite this item" button)
  4. Paste the url into the desired location. To ensure that the link will work from off-campus, insert the following prefix: 
  5. The final url should be similar to this one:

Updated 3/16/2020


Users with a MyJSTOR account are able to:

  • Save citations
  • Email and export saved citations
  • Save and run searches
  • Read up to 6 free articles every 30 days

To create an account, go to JSTOR and click "Register" at the top-right.

Updated 3/16/2020

Using Your JSTOR Account

See the following JSTOR pages for instructions on using your JSTOR Account:

Organizing Your Research with Workspace 

How to Use Your Free Reads with an Individual Account