Taylor & Francis have reported problems with their webservers.
You may experience intermittent problems with access, or you may get “server busy” messages. If you have issues please try again.
Taylor & Francis are working to fix problem.
Service Update – October 14, 2015 PM
We are continuing to make progress restoring full access to JSTOR. Users should be able to search, browse, and access most journal articles and primary sources on www.jstor.org. Access to books as well as journal content published in the most recent few years may be intermittent. If you need help, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Service Update – October 14, 2015 AM
The platform is more stable, but technical issues still affect access to content on the site. We understand that’s the key impact on work, and our team is continuing to work hard to resolve this issue.
JSTOR is experiencing intermittent, site-wide problems. Downloading of articles is not currently working. JSTOR is working hard to restore stable access as quickly as possible and apologizes for this interruption and inconvenience.
We are experiencing intermittent problems with the internet access. As of right now access to library databases is still affected. You can try to use scholar.google.ca to do your research while our ITS department sorts out the issue.
–This issue was resolved by October 7 – Thanks for your patience.
Since September 30, we have been experiencing issues with our email notification system. Please log into your library account to check if you have library materials coming due, overdue items, or items awaiting pick up at the Library Circulation desk.