JSTOR Arts and Sciences has introduced a new way to search their database which can help you find better search terms and results that you might have missed. Just drag and drop a document into the Text Analyzer, which will then find key terms based on topics, names, and keywords in order to find similar content in JSTOR Arts and Sciences. The uploaded article can come from anywhere; it can even be one you wrote! You can change the priority of the discovered terms, as well as add your own to the list. This is a fast, easy, and fun way to explore JSTOR Arts and Sciences content.
To access, go to http://fgcu.libguides.com/az.php, select “J,” and scroll down to find the database. Off campus users will be prompted for their 14-digit Eagle ID number. On the JSTOR Arts and Sciences page, click the Text Analyzer button in the center of the screen to begin your search.
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