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Open and free content
Our partnerships with libraries and publishers help us make content discoverable and freely accessible worldwide.
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Open Community Collections
JSTOR’s Open Community Collections initiative unlocks the potential of your institution’s special collections by making them freely available on the platform researchers, faculty, and students already know and use.
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Open Research Reports
A curated set of more than 26,000 research reports from more than 100 policy institutes selected with faculty, librarian, and expert input.
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Full runs of more than 2,600 top scholarly journals in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. JSTOR works with a diverse group of nearly 1,200 publishers from more than 57 countries to preserve and make their content digitally available.
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More than 90,000 ebooks from 250+ renowned scholarly publishers, integrated with journals and primary sources on JSTOR. With DRM-free access to ebook chapters, our platform offers an easy, familiar user experience for researchers.
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The Artstor collection is the most extensive image resource for educational and scholarly use. It brings together visual media from top museums, archives, scholars, and artists — all rights-cleared for education and research.
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Thematic Collections
JSTOR’s thematic collections focus on emerging areas of research and contain multiple types of content, including journals and research reports. Collections include Lives of Literature, Security Studies, and Sustainability.
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Primary Sources
More than 2 million primary sources across four collections. The artifacts, specimens, and documents in the collections are scanned at high resolution to enable detailed inspection of each item.
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Text-mining support
JSTOR’s Data for Research (DfR) program accommodates text analysis and digital humanities research by providing datasets for the journals, books, research reports, and pamphlets in the digital library.
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