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More than 900 publishers and content providers work with JSTOR to build a rich network of scholarly materials. The content in JSTOR spans 500 years, 50 disciplines, and multiple content types. Available to more than 7,000 institutions in more than 150 countries, JSTOR increases the content’s visibility, usage, and impact.
Publishers and Content Providers
Publishers and Content Providers
JSTOR works with a diverse group of more than 900 publishers and content providers from more than 25 countries. Content providers include scholarly societies, university presses, commercial presses, libraries, and all types of cultural institutions.
 
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JSTOR offers a variety of programs and services that support publishers’ access, discovery, and preservation goals. Benefits include single article and issues sales to access for society members to providing promotional materials.
 
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News & Events for Publishers
News & Events for Publishers
Get the latest news and event updates from the JSTOR Publisher Digest, a quarterly newsletter sent to all participating publishers.
 
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The Latest News
New Journals Popular at Libraries
More than 30 titles from the Arts & Sciences XIV Collection are already searchable...
Do Online Aggregators Increase Citations?
A recent study shows availability on JSTOR positively influences how often an article is...
Labs Explores Mobile Technology
JSTOR Snap lets researchers take a photo of text and get relevant journal articles on...
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JSTOR Publishers and Content Providers
More than 900 publishers and content providers have chosen to work with JSTOR to build a rich network of scholarly materials. These organizations encompass scholarly societies, university presses, independent publishing houses, commercial enterprises, and all types of cultural institutions.
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