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JSTOR’s integrated digital platform (the “JSTOR Platform”) is a trusted digital library providing for long-term preservation and access to leading academic journals and other scholarly materials from around the world.
JSTOR is part of ITHAKA, a not-for-profit organization with a mission to help the scholarly community take advantage of advances in technology, and is supported by libraries, scholarly societies, publishers, and foundations.
(b) individual members of scholarly societies that have entered into an agreement with JSTOR for access to specific Content via the JSTOR Platform (“Individual Access”); and (c) other users of specified Content agreed upon in writing by or on behalf of JSTOR, including users of i Data for Research; ii the Publisher Sales Service (a service through which JSTOR facilitates users’ purchase of content from publishers); iii individual researchers not affiliated with an Institutional Licensee, publication, or scholarly society; iv individual users of Early Journal Content; v individuals who have successfully registered with My JSTOR or My Plants but do not otherwise meet any of the criteria for Authorized Users (“Register Read Users”) and vi individuals who have successfully purchased access through JPASS (a service through which individuals can purchase access to JPASS Content as defined below) (“JPASS Users”).
3.1 “Content” means the collective of: 3.2 “Licensed Content” means the Content for which an Authorized User’s affiliated Institutional Licensee has licensed access, or the Content available to an Authorized User through Individual Access, JPASS, the Publisher Sales Service, or other programs.
and for Institutional Licensees and/or Authorized Users other than Register & Read Users: (h) on an ad hoc basis and without commercial gain or in a manner that would substitute for direct access to the Content via services offered by JSTOR, sharing discrete portions of Content for purposes of collaboration, comment, or the scholarly exchange of ideas; (i) downloading Content (including certain Book chapters where downloading is made available for the Book chapters on the JSTOR Platform) to view, use and display including on a personal digital device (e.g.
mobile devices, e-readers, and personal computers); (j) (except for Books) in research papers or dissertations, including reproductions of the dissertations, provided such reproductions are only for personal use, library deposit, and/or use solely within the institution(s) with which the Authorized User and/or his or her faculty readers are affiliated; and (k) fair use under Section 107 of the U. Copyright Act, educational exceptions, or other similar provisions of the copyright laws or other intellectual property right laws in the United States.
Access to content on JSTOR is available for “Authorized Users”, meaning: (a) individuals who are affiliated with an Institutional Licensee, defined as an institution (such as a college, university, secondary school, public library, museum, foundation, government agency, research center or corporate and for-profit organization) that maintains a valid Institutional Participation Agreement with JSTOR.
This includes, as applicable: i currently enrolled students (including distance education students); ii on an ad hoc basis, researchers and lecturers affiliated and/or visiting under the terms of an agreement with the Institutional Licensee; iii full and part-time staff; iv on-site users physically present and authorized to be on the Institutional Licensee’s premises (“Walk-In Users”); v for public libraries, off-site users accessing the Licensed Content through a sessions-based arrangement entered into between JSTOR and the library; and, vi for higher education Institutional Licensees that participate in JSTOR’s Alumni Access Program, individuals who have earned a degree, namely a Bachelor’s, Master’s, Doctorate, medical degree or their equivalent, from the Institutional Licensee.
All Content has a stable URL that can be found in the Browse and Search interfaces of JSTOR’s website as well as on the Article Information page each discrete Content item.Further information on establishing stable links to material in JSTOR may be obtained from User Support ([email protected]).Institutional Licensees may fulfill requests from other libraries for textual Content, namely JSTOR Collections Content, Journals Hosting Content, and Books, a practice commonly called Interlibrary Loan.Institutional Licensee agrees to fulfill such requests in accordance with Sections 107 and 108 of the U. Copyright Act or in accordance with other international copyright laws, guidelines, or conventions, provided that such use is not at a volume that would substitute for a subscription to the journal or acquisition of access to a Book.For Books, this shall mean Interlibrary Loan shall be restricted to a single copy of a Book chapter.
JSTOR encourages broad use of the Early Journal Content.