For the rest of the term, a Writing Lab tutor will be at the first table on the library’s main floor from 8-10 p.m. on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday nights. Stop in for comprehensive assistance with the form and content of your paper by talking to a tutor and a librarian.
From the Campus Overload blog in early April, but still a good idea.
Citing ARTstor and JSTOR in the Works Cited section or bibliography of your work is a lot less complicated than you might think. For ARTstor, one method has you include the following:
Title of work. Date of work.
Museum name and location.
Date you looked at the image in ARTstor.
ARTstor: ARTstor ID number
You can arrange these elements in the order required by the citation format you’re using. No need for long URLs, as you can just indicate that you used ARTstor by name or with the database URL http://www.artstor.org. See ARTstor’s help for more information and other options.
To cite JSTOR, you can forget about the long permanent URLs as well. All of the most commonly used citation formats–APA, MLA, Chicago–let you use the main URL for citations. So all you need to include is http://www.jstor.org and the date you got the article from the database.
For more information on citing electronic resources, see the library’s guide to citing electronic documents.