Library of UL provides temporary on-campus and outside campus access to the JSTOR e-journals, primary source and thematic collections and solid e-book selection, access has been renewed through 30 June, 2023.

During the global health crisis, the company JSTOR has supported the academic community by providing temporary free access to the valuable academic materials in its e-journals, thematic collections and primary source collections and e-books selection and has renewed this access for a time until 30 June, 2023.

Additionally to the already subscribed JSTOR content of Arts & Sciences I-XII and Life Sciences collections, University of Latvia members have free access to the e-journal collections - Arts & Sciences XIII-XV, Business IVEcology & Botany IIHebrew JournalsIrelandJewish Studies through  30 June, 2023. More than that – there is a solid amount of about 35 000 e-books published by different world’s leading academic and university presses, for example, Harvard University Press, Yale University Press, Fordham University Press, Central European University Press, OR Books a.o., available for searching and full-text download. JSTOR company has made its effort to give free of charge access to the thematic collections Lives of LiteratureSecurity StudiesSustainability and primary source collections 19th Century British PamphletsWorld Heritage Sites: AfricaStruggles for Freedom: Southern AfricaGlobal Plants as well.

Please use the JSTOR guides for a better understanding of current platform.

The JSTOR collections are available in the UL (Lanet) computer network and outside campus  until the June 30th, 2023.

You are kindly asked to use the search engine Primo which provides the simultaneous search in all the resources of the Library of UL, trials and open access included.

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