JSTOR is a digital library of academic journals, books, and primary source objects. JSTOR helps people discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content through a powerful research and teaching platform, and preserves this content for future generations.

JSTOR contains the issues of more than 1,700 archival, 200 current academic journal titles and more than 15,000 scholarly books . That across more than 50 disciplines, a trove of scholarly content.Since 1995 JSTOR has worked with a diverse group of more than 900 publishers from more than 25 countries to preserve and make content—some of it exceeding 500 years in age—available digitally.
JSTOR is committed to the high-quality digitization and robust preservation of the content on JSTOR so that librarians can save on costs associated with the storage of print materials.

We have eight packages ejourals and a part of ebook full text.

Eight packages ejourals: Arts & Sciences I Collection AAF; Arts & Sciences II Collection AAF; Arts & Sciences IV Collection AAF; Arts & Sciences VII Collection AAF; Arts & Sciences VIII Collection AAF; Arts & Sciences IX Collection AAF; Arts & Sciences X Collection AAF; Health & General Sciences AAF.

Evidence-Based Acquisition (EBA) offers access to more than 32,000 high-quality backlist titles from 42 publishers. JSTOR are proud to work with leading academic publishers from around the world, including university presses, public policy organizations, and independent presses. Ease of use: All ebook chapters are available exclusively in a DRM-free, unlimited-user model. They work just like the journal articles on JSTOR, with unlimited simultaneous use, PDF downloads, and printing, and no need to log in or use special software. Integration with journals: Users can search across the full text of ebooks and journals on JSTOR.