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What a MyJSTOR account can do for you when you already have access
September 8, 2016
Need to register for a MyJSTOR account? Watch the following short tutorial or read on below.
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Why get a MyJSTOR account if you already have access to what you need?
  • Depending on your school/society/public library, you may not have access to everything you want. By registering for a MyJSTOR account, you can read three articles every two weeks. Why not supplement your readings for free?
  • With a MyJSTOR account you can save your citations to My Lists
  • If you're a librarian, you'll need a MyJSTOR account to manage your usage statistics. 
  • If you ever decide you want to buy a JPASS or an individual article, you'll need an account.
To register you will need to:
  1. create a username and password
  2. provide an email
  3. provide your name
There will be an opportunity to keep yourself logged in and to sign up for news items from JSTOR and/or JSTOR-participating publishers. To opt-in to any of those, you'll need to check the corresponding checkbox. You can start on the registration page

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