Resource of the Month
Each month WSU Libraries' Department of Collection Development features
a "Resource of the Month" designed to highlight some of the library's new, interesting,
under-used, large, unique, or otherwise noteworthy collections and
resources. You can learn more about the "Resource of the Month" on
this website, from the display in the reference area, by attending a
workshop (if available), or by contacting the Reference Desk at
If you are
interested in learning more about a previous "Resource of the Month,"
JSTOR is a not-for-profit organization. It provides an
archive of important scholarly journals that cover many disciplines.
This project was originally a project conceived at the Andrew W. Mellon
Foundation as a way to ease the burden on libraries to provide back
issues of scholarly journals in a limited amount of space.
Wichita State University Libraries subscribes to
the following JSTOR Collections:
|Arts & Sciences I
|Arts & Sciences II
||Language & Literature
|Arts & Sciences III
||Mathematics & Statistics
|Arts & Sciences IV
How Do I
There is a
link on the WSU Libraries' website under Electronic Resources /
Electronic Databases. You have the option of looking for it under
the subject links or the alphabetic links (http://library.wichita.edu/colldev/electrondatabase.htm).
If you are accessing JSTOR from off-campus you will be prompted to
enter your Shocker Card number and PIN number for authentication
I Use JSTOR?
JSTOR is a
comprehensive based journal archive for the humanities. It is an excellent
source for book reviews. The ability to delineate data selected is
an incredible feature. For the experienced user, the expert
search is an invaluable tool.
Find Out More About JSTOR
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about the latest additions to the database and how to use it.
more information on how to use JSTOR please contact David Duncan,
Humanities Librarian, at
email@example.com or 978-5084.
- high-resolution, scanned images
- choice of searching or
assistance with JSTOR, contact Wichita State University Libraries'
Reference Desk (978-3584) or David Duncan, Humanities