From a recent email, JSTOR, in 2015, added:
- Archives of 226 journals
- Comprising 856,000 articles
- If shelved, the print version would consume 1,348 linear feet of shelving
What does this mean for JSTOR‘s collection contents, when taken all together?
- Archives of 2,300 journals
- 10.7 million articles
- in print, this would be 68.9 million pages of text
JSTOR. “988,000 articles added to JSTOR Archive Collections.” Message to Lura Sanborn. 1 Feb. 2016. E-mail.