What's in this article:
- Why have I been asked to sign an e-content amendment?
- What is in the amendment?
- Submitting the amendment
- Where can I mail a hard copy of my e-content amendment?
Why have I been asked to sign an e-content amendment?
If you've been asked to sign an e-content agreement, this is likely because you signed an agreement with JSTOR in 2013 or earlier. Agreements prior to this time contained no provision for us accepting PDFs.
What is in the amendment?
This amendment is a short amendment to your existing JSTOR licensing agreement that allows us to process digital files of your issues. Your original JSTOR agreement only contains language about print issues, so this is needed to permit us to use the PDFs.
The amendment only applies to an older version of our agreement. If we did not ask you to sign an e-content amendment, then it is not necessary per your later version of the JSTOR agreement.
Submitting the amendment
When you've received a copy of this agreement:
- Sign with a formal signature on the “By” line
- Print your name on the “Name” line
- Scan the signed copy and email it to your content coordinator
- We will then return a countersigned version for your records.
Where can I mail a hard copy of my e-content amendment?
If you prefer to mail a hard copy of your signed amendment, please mail it to:
Attn: Publisher Relations
101 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 10006
Please also alert your content coordinator that you have opted to mail the document.