Access to PDF full-text of articles from the JSTOR service has been restored. (Reported by JSTOR on Thursday afternoon, October 15, 2015.)
We apologize for any inconvenience the JSTOR outage may have caused.
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What users saw: Before the problem was fixed, links to JSTOR content only provided a citation, a preview of the first page of the article, and an abstract. Access to additional full-text content (e.g. viewing the second or subsequent pages of the article or downloading the full PDF) was unavailable. (The small number portion of the JSTOR collection that is in the public domain and labelled as "free" remained accessible.)
Problem: JSTOR was not able to route users from a specific campus (or those who log in) to their appropriate content. Visitors to the site may have seen a "not logged in" message, even if when coming from the CSU Stanislaus campus or using a University Library link (which JSTOR usually recognizes as being "logged in" from CSU Stanislaus).