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I store, you store, JSTOR

jstor_cordCornell University Press recently signed on to a plan to make the scholarly books it publishes available online through a widely used scholarly research site called JSTOR. Cornell joins Harvard, Columbia and California University Presses in the project.

The upshot? More than 15,000 digitized titles will be available online through the Cornell Library website to those with a Cornell Net ID. The new books will be added to the vast stores of journals’ back issues, plus more than a million book reviews and hundreds of years of citations.

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