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22 January 2012


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Emily J

Another thought: does your local library offer access to any databases? We don't have that program here, but did in Virginia. The community college library also gave out passwords to various fee-based resources, not JSTOR, but similar. Required some legwork to get into the library to pick up the password page, but you could access them from home.


That's good news indeed. I can't tell you how often I've been frustrated while searching for something only to find it was on JSTOR and unavailable. Imagine how mch they could make if they could implement some kind of micropayment system. At ten cents an article....

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