Re: JSTOR (was LCS benefits, was Re: [CONLANG] Conlang hosting)
|Date:||Thursday, March 6, 2008, 0:15|
> li_sasxsek@NUTTER.NET wrote:
> However, JSTOR access is a strong motivator.
> >I could easily be swayed for $10-20. The key to gettingmembership
> >going will be in having some good benefits to offer.
> In one of the replies to this thread, someone mentioned thathaving a
> connection to a Univ. library or alum. assoc. would work for
> JSTOR. I also
> heard thru another source that if one became a member of the
> Boston Public
> Library, that would work too. Or any library in a
> univ./college town. I
> haven't tried the Holland MI public library, but if that
> doesn't work I
> could go round the corner to Hope College and see what they
> might offer.
> There are some possibilities thru the U. of Michigan too.
> It's gotten to
> the point in my Real Research where I need something like this.
I'm right next to a big college town. UT is listed on JSTOR's site
as are several of the community colleges, but I don't attend any of
them. Public libraries usually require proof of residence to join.