What is available on JSTOR now?
- More than 2.5 million images from the licensed Artstor collections, for users at Artstor-subscribing institutions
- 760,000 open images, free for everyone
- Up-close examination and comparison features with IIIF viewer
- Image search with collection and date filtering
- Image organization and citation in Workspace
- Image downloads without account login
- Consolidated usage reports and administrative tools to view data from Artstor and JSTOR platform combined
- New, affordable pricing options
What’s coming to JSTOR for images?
- Features to support organizing and presenting images in the classroom
- Importing image groups to JSTOR
- More image-centric search, and classification and geography browsing options
- Improved discoverability using Getty Vocabularies
- Working with institutions currently using Artstor APIs to make updates
- Artstor images on JSTOR will be discoverable in library discovery services
- New images and collections, with a focus on increased diversification
- Updated LibGuides and educational resources for images on JSTOR
Is the Artstor platform going away?
We do not have a timeline for sunsetting the Artstor platform at this stage. We are committed to keeping the current platform active until we can ensure JSTOR delivers an optimal experience for research, teaching, and learning with images. We will continue to update our community as this work progresses so that you have ample advance notice of a transition.
Are you continuing to add new collections to Artstor?
We continue to add new collections that extend Artstor’s cultural scope and disciplinary reach. This includes African, African American, and Asian content, and content in disciplines such as social justice and human geography, environmental studies, public health, and natural sciences.
Will this result in any fee changes for my Artstor subscription?
We have implemented a new fee structure for Artstor that reduces the cost for all institutions. This fee reduction is being phased in over 3 years for existing Artstor participants to ensure sustainability.
I have published collections that are only visible within my institution on Artstor. Is this supported on JSTOR?
Both public and institutional collections can be published to JSTOR via our Community Collections initiative.