JSTOR, the not-for-profit digital library that is a widely-used resource for academic research, unveiled recently its latest effort to open its doors to people beyond universities, colleges, and high schools. Individuals can now get their own JPASS: a monthly or annual pass that provides access to 1,500 journals from JSTOR’s archive collection.
JPASS subscribers will have unlimited online-only access to a large collection of journals, as well as the authorization to download ten articles per month, saving these articles for future use even if their JPASS subscription expires. Subscribers will also have the ability to save, tag, and export citations and set up personal alerts for specific search terms or journals.
Since the Harrington Library does not subscribe to JSTOR, this may be of interest to masters students in particular.