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Static Linking: JSTOR

This guide is designed to provide faculty with help linking content from EBSCOHost, ProQuest and JSTOR in Blackboard or online bibliographies.


JSTOR provides full-text access to a full-range of academic journals and books.  Articles in JSTOR are available in PDF.  Each title indexed in JSTOR is subject to a 0-5 year moving wall (embargo period).  Users can search JSTOR by discipline, subject-area, and journal title.  JSTOR refers to a static link as a "Stable URL".

The link to JSTOR can be found via the Databases A-Z page or by using the link below:

Searching JSTOR

Step 1:

Enter your search terms and limiters on the JSTOR search page and click the "Search" button.


JSTOR Advanced Search Screen [screenshot]



Step 2:

Review the results. When you find an item you would like to use, click on the title to bring you to that item's page. 


Step 3:

After the document is launched you will see the both a Stable URL  and Remote Access URL for the that article under the journal information on the left side of the screen.

We recommend always using the Remote Access URL which includes the information needed for that article to work for Bentley users from off campus. Copy and paste this link to share.

Screenshot of JSTOR result with Remote Access URL area highlighted.