JSTOR via GOOGLE

May 3, 2007 at 10:18 am Leave a comment

In 2006, JSTOR one of our most used and scholarly resources began collaborating with search engines to increase visibility and access to their content.

It means that while you are on campus, you can start your search in Google or Google Scholar and be directed seamlessly to the full text content found in JSTOR.

Just look for the JSTOR mention underneath each citation. Remember that this will only work while you are on campus! Off campus you have to access JSTOR from our electronic resources page once you have found the reference.

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