When you get onto the Summon page, you will have the opportunity to change the language of the display - look in the top right hand corner.
JSTOR is a collection of full-text, keyword-searchable academic journals dating back to the late 17th century. Full text is available up to the last 3 - 5 years for most titles (Moving Wall). JSTOR allows browsing by title or by discipline(s) , and full text searching of individual titles or the entire collection.
To find articles on any subject you must first use databases which index periodicals like journals, magazines and newspapers. Connelly Library has many databases on different subjects, all of which are listed here in the Complete Database List. You can also search databases by Subject to see what one fits your topic.
Some good general databases with a great deal of fulltext are shown below:
Many resources are available in full text
Contains legal information including cases, legal codes and law reviews
Allows users to cross-search the content of multiple Gale databases in the Connelly Library's collection at one time, including any Gale Virtual Reference Library eBooks titles and the Opposing Viewpoints database. Includes both e-books and periodical articles.
Allows users to cross-search some or all the Ebscohost Databases. Databases include: