As the COVID-19 crisis continues to disrupt higher education, ITHAKA, the not-for-profit organisation behind the journal archive JSTOR, is extending the JSTOR and Artstor expanded access program through June 30, 2021 to help institutions in their shift to remote teaching.
Institutions that have opted in ‘do not need to take any action’ will continue receiving access to unlicensed JSTOR Archive and Primary Source collections and the Artstor Digital Library. Participating institutions that have not yet opted can log in to JSTOR library admin account to request expanded access.
JSTOR resources during COVID-19 page will be updated continuously with all the pertinent information, including resources to help with access, instruction, and virtual learning.
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