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JSTOR is a not-for-profit organization. Our mission is to build a trusted archive of important scholarly journals and to dramatically improve access to that archive for scholars around the world. We believe an important aspect of improving access to the archive, when appropriate, is allowing authorized users the capability to link directly to the full-text articles in the archive from other important electronic resources.
We invite our participating publishers to build the following links to JSTOR:
Reference links. Connect the article citations in your electronic journal databases directly to the full-text articles in any of JSTOR's currently available journals (or currently available journals in the UK). To create this type of links, please read our linking guidelines below, and then register to gain ongoing access to the JSTOR Make-a-Link tools. These tools may be used to help build stable URLs to JSTOR articles for storage in your database or to check the accuracy of any code you may write to build such URLs on-the-fly.
Current issues links. Bring together the back issues of your journals being archived at JSTOR with the current issues online. Our goal is to create complete, searchable tables of contents for journals - volume 1 through the present - at our participating publishers' websites (or their hosts) and at JSTOR with direct links to the articles. This collaboration with publishers will demonstrate our mutual commitment to archiving in the electronic environment, while also providing comprehensive access to the full runs of journals for scholars. We are pursuing a limited number of current issues linking projects during 2001 and 2002. Should this be of interest, please send a message to email@example.com.
LINKING GUIDELINES AND REGISTRATION FOR CURRENT JSTOR PARTICIPANTS
JSTOR welcomes links to full text articles in the archive of journals provided by JSTOR (the "Archive") from participating publishers, libraries, and faculty members. Your organization's underlying agreement with JSTOR may contain provisions applicable to linking and is hereby incorporated by reference herein. In addition, by linking to us you agree to the following Guidelines. Please note that these Guidelines may change from time-to-time, and we request that you check back and review them periodically:
In order to access our Make-a-Link software, providing you with the tools necessary to help create your links, an authorized representative must register your organization with us by following the link below. Once you have submitted this information, you will be given a password for future access.