Answered By: Amy Filiatreau Last Updated: Jun 14, 2016 Views: 296
First, make sure you are accessing JSTOR through the Lynn Databases Page.
Sometimes, Lynn does not subscribe to a certain journal in JSTOR - meaning we don't have the full-text as part of our collection. Often though, depending on the journal, if you create a (free) JSTOR account here, you CAN access the article online and read it. However it won't let you print or save the article - it will only let you read it online.
If you still can't access the article, Lynn will happily request this item from another library for our students and faculty, which is provided to you for free. Articles usually get turned around quickly - the lending library will scan the pages and send a scanned copy electronically. If you'd like to do this, submit a request or contact Jared Wellman.