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Help users access content available during COVID-19
Thank you for participating in JSTOR's expanded access program to provide researchers with additional resources through June 30, 2020. To help faculty and students access the content available to them, you may wish to include the following information in your user guides and newsletters. You can also share our LibGuide on remote teaching and learning, or copy sections of it to your own guides.
Expanded JSTOR access
JSTOR's temporary access to an expanded set of content through June 30, 2020 includes the following resources:

Public health resources: All archival journals, including multidisciplinary collections and the three thematic collections: Primary source collections: Ebooks:
  • A growing set of ebooks from scholarly publishers, all with unlimited, DRM-free access and a familiar user experience on JSTOR
Note that all content listed above is cross-searchable on, with the exception of World Heritage Sites: Africa and Global Plants, which are available on their dedicated platforms.

JSTOR also offers a free set of resources on remote teaching, including tools for finding and organizing course content, articles on online learning, and tips to share with students.
Our list of resources available to libraries during the COVID-19 crisis is regularly updated. If you have any questions, please contact us.

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