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Ebooks: Finding and Using Ebooks at Trinity

JSTOR e-books are provided by over 85 different university and society publishers. We have access to ebooks from JSTOR through individually purchased titles and these collections:


JSTOR Demand Driven - DDA is a method of purchasing items with a known demand or interest.  JSTOR e-book purchases are triggered on the sixth chapter view or the fourth chapter download.


JSTOR Evidence-Based - Evidence-Based Acquisition offers access to more than 58,000 high-quality backlist titles from 94 publishers for a set upfront fee; after one year of unlimited access, you can select titles to acquire using the usage data as a guide.


Our JSTOR collection contains ebooks with various types of restrictions: DRM-free, unlimited use, 1-user only, etc.

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