By combining rapidly expanding open and free primary sources with our continuously growing journal archives, we strengthen the depth of your patrons’ research and enhance the value of your investment in JSTOR.
We introduced new functionality and more diverse types of open content from publishers, libraries, archives, and museums, including more open images from Artstor and open primary source collections. These resources are complemented with essential Open Access scholarship and address the increased needs for remote teaching and learning.
770K open Artstor images on JSTOR
Artstor’s 3+ million images on JSTOR include hundreds of thousands of open images from partner museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Wellcome Collection in London.
700+ Open Community Collections
Institutions contributed more than 400 additional collections of images and primary sources, bringing the total to more than 700, and it continues to grow rapidly.
Binghamton University Art Museum Collection
The permanent collection of over 4,000 objects, including works on paper, paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts from around the world, spanning 5,000 years.Explore the Binghamton University Art Museum Collection on JSTOR
Encyclopaedia Britannica (1768-1860)
The first eight editions of the encyclopedia, illustrated with copperplate engravings, contributed by the National Library of Scotland.Explore Encyclopaedia Britannica (1768-1860) on JSTOR
20K Open Access documentary materials
Reveal Digital provides Open Access primary sources collections from under-represented communities via the Independent Voices, American Prison Newspapers, and upcoming HIV, AIDS & the Arts collection.
Ever-growing Open Access journals, books, and research reports
In addition to the 179,000 journal articles released in the archives as the moving wall for each journal advances (at no additional cost), we added more than 4,700 OA journals, 900 OA books, and 10,000 open research reports last year.
Mental health and psychosocial considerations during the COVID-19 outbreak
A research report that documents World Health Organization communications developed to support mental and psychosocial well-being in different target groups during the pandemic.Explore Mental health and psychosocial considerations