JSTOR Database Now Offered at Greenwich Library

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Greenwich Library announced that it has added JSTOR to its electronic database collection. JSTOR is among 91 databases offered by the Library, including The Historical New York Times, Morningstar Library Edition and Reference USA.

Stephen Schmidt, librarian, said, "JSTOR is a great addition to our collection of electronic resources because, for the first time, it allows our patrons access to a vast archive of full-text scholarly journal articles. This is material that, in the past, has been hard to locate. JSTOR makes it easier to do this archival research both in the libraries and from home."

JSTOR provides access to a large, high-quality, interdisciplinary archive of scholarship. Materials are always available, never lost or checked-out. The organization works with the scholarly community to preserve their work and the materials they rely upon, and to build a common research platform that promotes the discovery and use of these resources. JSTOR is actively preserving over 1,000 academic journals in both digital and print formats, and continues to greatly expand access to scholarly works and other materials needed for research and teaching globally.

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