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Return of e-books on demand@UCL via JSTOR

By Anna Sansome, on 24 October 2019

50,000+ e-books available via JSTOR for a limited period – read the e-books you want and UCL Library Services will buy the most popular.

UCL Library Services are once again offering staff and students access to a large part of the JSTOR e-book collection. You can now read over 50,000 e-books via JSTOR across a range of subjects and languages. This is a PDA project, which means we will be buying the e-books you use most until the money we have deposited has been spent. We are working to get the records loaded as soon as possible so that you can find these additional e-books via Explore but in the meantime, you can go directly to JSTOR.

This is one of a series of projects that UCL Library Services is running to directly involve users in the acquisition of e-book content. Go to our e-books on demand@UCL webpage to find out more about the various projects. If you have feedback about this or any of the other e-books on demand project, please contact your subject librarian.

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