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Using JSTOR Religion and Theology

Accessibility in JSTOR

JSTOR uses PDF as the primary file type for resources and they work to ensure that their image-based PDF files are accessible and can be read with screen readers like JAWS. These files are tagged for the JSTOR website using an automated process. In the event that a PDF is not tagged to the specifications of your screen reader, JSTOR can perform manual tagging for you. They will also re-format PDFs if they're unreadable via screen reader. 

For further details and instructions regarding accessibility, see these articles via JSTOR Support:

Interlibrary Loan

In the event you locate an article or chapter in JSTOR needed for your research that is not available immediately in full-text, contact the Wiggin Library to request a copy through interlibrary loan. To make an interlibrary loan request email with the full citation details (title, author, publication, date, volume, issue number, page numbers). 

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