jstorgreenJSTOR, the not-for-profit digital library, announced that it has now made more than 1,200 journals available for limited reading by the public. This is an expansion of its experimental program, Register and Read , in which people can sign up for a JSTOR account and access up to three articles every two weeks. “Our goal is for everyone around the world to be able to use the content we have put online and are preserving,” said Laura Brown, JSTOR managing director. “Register & Read provides a virtual way for anyone to walk into the JSTOR library, register at the door, and ‘check out’ a limited number of articles for reading.” To take part in this great offering, visit JSTOR’s registration page to create an account and begin searching today.

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