JSTOR Print Archive and Catalog at CRL

Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Marie Waltz - mwaltz@crl.edu

This year CRL added 11,000 new volumes and 223 new titles to the JSTOR collection. CRL currently has 46,200 volumes in 1,706 titles. The JSTOR digital archive currently holds 1,841 titles in their digital collection.

CRL also created a new catalog for easy access to its JSTOR print archive, available at http://catalog.crl.edu/search~S37.

 Users can:

  • determine what JSTOR print volumes are currently included in the print archive at CRL, and
  • identify what volumes are needed to complete the CRL collection.

For information on how to donate to the CRL JSTOR print archive and answers to other questions related to the archive, please e-mail jstorarchive@crl.edu . 


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