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Searching in JSTOR

Instructions for basic searching in JSTOR.

Downloading Your Source

You are able to download a PDF of your source by clicking on the "download" button in the upper right of the page. Note: You cannot download an entire ebook at once. Instead, you need to download PDFs of chapters individually. 

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Citation Information

You can find the publication information you will need for your citations on the left side of the source. For articles, make sure you use the name of the journal and not the publisher. In the example below, the journal name would be Victorian Periodicals Review. 

We do not recommend using the "cite" option because it can have errors. If you choose to use it, be sure to check make sure it is formatted properly for your citation style. 

Finding the URL

Just below the citation information, you will find options for two different types of links: 

Stable URLStable URLs are the best choice for citations, for sharing online, or for sending to a broad audience.

Remote Access URL: Remote Access URLs provide direct access to your institution's JSTOR resources while working off-campus. Bookmark this link, share with peers, or use in reading lists so that anyone at your institution can seamlessly access the resource.

Stable URL Remote Access URL