Sunday, January 13, 2013


JSTOR recently decided to throw independent researchers a tiny bone with (very) limited access to their content. They call it their Register & Read program and it allows you to view the content of up to 3 non-current articles every 14 days from a subset of available journals.
"Register & Read includes approximately 1,200 journals from more than 700 publishers, a subset of the content in JSTOR. This includes content from the first volume and issue published for these journals through a recent year (generally 3-5 years ago). A list of the titles and publishers is available for download via the "Register & Read Title List" link below. Register & Read is a beta program, and we expect to adjust aspects of the program as needed. This may include both functionality and the available content."

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