JPASS:  Your personal access plan to a digital library of more than 1,500 academic journals on JSTOR.
Access the most influential research and ideas published in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences over centuries—anywhere, anytime.

JSTOR, the not-for-profit digital library  widely used for academic research (and host of the Language back issues, online), now offers an individual JPASS: a monthly or annual pass that provides access to 1,500 journals from JSTOR's archive collection.
 
JPASS offers unlimited online reading from an expansive library of high quality journals across 50 subject areas and the ability to download up to 10 articles a month or 120 per year. JPASS holders also get a MyJSTOR account, enabling them to access JSTOR 24/7 from any device by simply logging in. In addition, this personalized access provides users with the ability to set up alerts for specific search terms or journals; to save and export citations; and, as a unique feature, to enjoy a personal library of saved article downloads, which are preserved and accessible to them—even if their JPASS expires.

For those LSA members not associated with an institution subscribing to JSTOR, the JPASS offers a valuable research tool.  We are pleased to offer the Annual JPASS to LSA members at a discount of 50% off the rates paid by the general public.  To purchase a discounted JPASS, click here.