Answered By: Karen Sluzenski | Anne Esler Last Updated: Aug 28, 2017 Views: 3370
JSTOR provides image and full-text online access to back issues of selected scholarly journals in history, economics, political science, demography, mathematics, biology, ecology, and other fields of the sciences, humanities, and social sciences.
Please note: Dartmouth does not subscribe to the ebooks component of JSTOR.
Full access to JSTOR journals is available to Dartmouth students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
On campus accesss: Dartmouth students, faculty, and staff should connect to the network via ethernet cable or Dartmouth Secure. You can also use one of the Library's publicly available computers to access JSTOR at http://www.jstor.org. If you are visiting Dartmouth and have your own computer, you can connect to the Dartmouth Library Public wireless network to access JSTOR as well as the other databases and journals licensed by the Dartmouth College Library.
Off-campus access: You will need to connect to JSTOR using the URL that includes Dartmouth's proxy server prefix: http://dartmouth.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://www.jstor.org. This will prompt you to authenticate with your Net ID and password. If you are visiting another academic institution and you can connect to the Eduroam wireless network, you will be able to access Dartmouth's JSTOR subscription at http://www.jstor.org.
Dartmouth Alumni: You can access JSTOR through the Alumni Digital Library using this special URL: http://library.dartmouth.edu/tools/jstorAlum/login.pl. If you need additional information on accessing this resource, consult our FAQ entry on Alumni access to JSTOR.
If you are a guest visiting Dartmouth: If you have your own computer, connect to the Dartmouth Library Public wireless network to access JSTOR at http://www.jstor.org. You can also use one of the Library's public computers to access this resource. Additionally, if you are visiting from another academic institution that subscribes to JSTOR and uses Eduroam, you can connect to the Eduroam wireless network to access your home institution's subscription.
Still having trouble accessing JSTOR? Contact us at http://libanswers.dartmouth.edu