Answered By: Judy Markowitz Last Updated: May 08, 2017 Views: 54
To search journals in JSTOR, do the following:
- Access JSTOR using the Find Databases tab on the Libraries' homepage.
- Click on the “Advanced” Link.
- Type your publication title in the “publication title” portion of the template without quotation marks. (Keep in mind that your publication title may not be part of the JSTOR collection).
- Type in your keywords or title and/or author and click on Search.
As an alternative, rather than looking for a specific publication title, scroll down on your PC screen and checkmark the subject journal category or categories you wish to search.
(Note: Clicking on the plus icon next to each subject journal category will display the journals you are about to search.) Enter your keywords or title/author and click on “search.”
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