This guide brings together the key information you need to effectively use JSTOR. Happy researching!
Access JSTOR through a link in a guide or through the online database page. If you are off campus or on some of the wireless networks, you will be asked to login in. Enter the same username that you use to access MyNortheast and your 6-digit birthdate for your password.
Access articles from scholarly journals in subject areas such as: history; political science; sociology; mathematics and statistics; African, African American, Asian, Classical, and Middle Eastern studies; philosophy; ecology and evolutionary biology; geography; archaeology; economics; population studies; and the history of science and technology. Also includes Primary Source collections.
Getting Help With JSTOR
Your Northeast State Librarians are in the best position to help you with access or research questions. In addition to visiting us in person on the third floor of the Library, you can contact us through the Chat With a Librarian tab to the right, or any of the methods below: