Many of you are already familiar with JSTOR Journals, and Books at JSTOR works just like its other database. Books at JSTOR offers eBooks that are easily accessible through our SCOUT search on the library website.
This collection of academic books is drawn largely (but not exclusively) from university presses and covers 14 subject areas, including Science & Technology, Political Science, Sustainability, Sociology and History, among others. Do a keyword or title search in SCOUT, then retrieve the book by clicking on the URL at the bottom of the result you select.
Benefits of Books at JSTOR
- High-quality scholarly content: Important titles from leading academic publishers, including Princeton University Press, Yale University Press, Harvard University Press, and many more
- Easy to use: For example, journal articles, book chapters can be read online or downloaded as PDF files that never expire
Other nice features:
- No logging in and no special software required
- Unlimited downloads; unlimited copy and paste
- Access is 24 x 7
- New titles added monthly
Users will be able to:
- View eBook chapters online
- View books even if another user is “using” the book, as JSTOR offers unlimited simultaneous access– AND they never expire
- Download and print (please remember the environment) a PDF of a chapter
- Cross-search eBooks and journals for related content
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Contents contributed by Manja Yirka, Continuing Resources Librarian