The JSTOR database has changed its at home log-in system. In the past, students made accounts and then logged in using their own username and password. Those accounts are now invalid. In order to use JSTOR at home, use the school username, nphslibrary.
The password can be found on the "database passwords for home use" page above which is under the "helpful links" tab.
Make sure that when you log in, you use the fields on the left - "MyJSTOR Username" and "MyJSTOR Password" even though it is now a school username and password.
Thanks to a school-wide subscription, you have access to all the articles, breaking news, blogs, multimedia and more from The New York Times.
You can enjoy access to NYTimes.com and the NYTimes mobile apps from wherever you are.
TO CLAIM YOUR PASS:
• Visit nytimes.com/passes
• Create a free NYTimes.com account using your school email address
• Check your email inbox and click on the link in your confirmation message to validate your email address and claim your Academic Pass
• Download your free NYT smartphone apps at nytimes.com/mobile, including the NYT Now app for iPhone®, giving you a quick look at all the day’s top stories
• Remain logged into your NYTimes.com account to have seamless access to NYTimes.com and our mobile apps for the duration of your Pass.
Already have an NYTimes.com account associated with your school email address?
• Visit nytimes.com/passes and log in using your school email address
• Check your email inbox and click on the link in your confirmation email to validate your email address
HAVING A PROBLEM? If the confirmation email didn’t arrive, check your spam folder. If it isn’t there, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org from your school email address to request confirmation. Other questions? Visit nytimes.com/passes to view our Frequently Asked Questions.
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