University of Kentucky Libraries has acquired two new collections of scholarly journals for the JSTOR platform. The Arts and Sciences IX collection includes 262 academic journal titles from more than 25 countries, with an emphasis on business, economics, and political science and additional content in archaeology, anthropology, and sociology.
UK Libraries also provides access to JSTOR Arts and Sciences collections I-VIII. The second newly acquired collection, Business IV, currently includes 36 academic journal titles in the areas of economics, finance, management, industrial relations, and international business. Business IV builds on the three previous dedicated JSTOR business collections, which are also held by UK Libraries. Access to JSTOR for UK faculty, staff, and students is available at http://libraries.uky.edu/record.php?lir_id=266.
JSTOR is a not-for-profit shared digital library created in 1995 to digitize, preserve, and expand access to scholarly content. The organization has digitized over 50 million pages since its founding and offers content from more than 2,000 academic journals.