Answered By: Library Staff Last Updated: Aug 18, 2016 Views: 264
The library subscribes to six of the JSTOR collections: Arts and Sciences I, II, III, VI, IX, and Biological Sciences.
Make sure you access the database through the SIT library to access full-text through the Multi-Database Search located on both the Library Homepage and the Library Catalog. To access JSTOR only, you will select the 'Choose Databases' hyperlink located above the search box.
You may come across citations in search engines or references in other sources that say that an article is available in JSTOR and you cannot find it when you search the library's JSTOR collection. This may be because the article is in a JSTOR collection that the library does not subscribe to. In that case, you can request the article through Interlibrary Loan.