JSTOR – not just for archives anymore

You may be familiar with JSTOR as a resource for journal content that is more than a couple of years old. Beginning in January, though, JSTOR will launch its Current Scholarship Program (CSP) which will include current content for journals from a few publishers, primarily university presses.

Middlebury subscribes to about 50 journals, published by the University of California Press and the University of Chicago Press, that will become available through JSTOR’s CSP beginning in January 2011.  If everything goes well, the only thing you will notice is that the links to current content for those titles (accessible through the Journals A-Z list at go/journals ) will say “Current JSTOR”.  If you should encounter problems with access to these titles in the new year, please send me an email.

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