JSTOR, a nonprofit organization that maintains an electronic archive of 322 peer-reviewed academic journals in 26 disciplines, is now offering its resources to secondary schools nationwide. Containing only peer-reviewed academic literature, JSTOR addresses the growing concerns about the quality of information students are finding on the Internet and using as the basis of research for their schoolwork. High schools can license access to all of JSTOR's six collections: Arts & Sciences I and II, Business, Ecology and Botany, General Science, and Language and Literature. More information about participation in JSTOR can be found online at

This article originally appeared in the 02/01/2003 issue of THE Journal.

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