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Linking to Sources in JSTOR

Follow the directions below to get links to articles, books and images from the JSTOR database that will work later and from off campus.

  1. From the search results page, click on the title of an article, book, or image.
  2. Find the Remote Access URL. The Remote Access URL is the address to use when citing this source and to return to this page in the future.
  3. Select the Remote Access URL address and copy it (or click the copy icon to copy it).
  4. Test your link! Paste the address into a new private browser window to make sure it works. (if you are off campus, your will be prompted to log in again in the new private browser window.)

If you plan to post this link in D2L Brightspace, read about linking to library sources in D2L first.

An example of a JSTOR link:

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