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JSTOR and open access

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Many readers were pleased with the news that the valued JSTOR service made its online resources available without any limitations, especially to support students deprived of access to libraries.

Many readers were pleased with the news that the valued JSTOR service made its online resources available without any limitations, especially to support students deprived of access to libraries. However, this basically concerns only those institutions that have already been subscribing to JSTOR. Lazarski University Library is not among them so far. The only exception is the 26 titles of public health journals, the content of which (with the exclusion of the current number) will be available on the open Internet by the end of June 2020. The list of these journals can be found here.
Nevertheless, we remind you that everyone can create their own account and choose
to read 6 articles online for free every 30 days. The used articles can be saved and after 30 days the next one can be selected. It must be admitted that such access will be insufficient only for a very active researcher. How to get it, read here:  
https://support.jstor.org/hc/en-us/articles/115004760028-MyJSTOR-How-to-Register-Get-Free-Access-to-Content