Many libraries, museums, and archives hold special collections that are critical to research and teaching, yet they are often not as discoverable and usable as they could be if they were more seamlessly connected to other academic literature and were placed within the research workflow.
JSTOR has now launched an initiative to help unlock the potential of these materials by enabling libraries to share them on the JSTOR platform.
By participating in this initiative, you can:
- Make your collections freely accessible to the millions of researchers who use JSTOR
- Integrate them alongside relevant books, journals, and primary source materials
- Deliver them in an environment with robust tools that aid discovery, use, and encourage connections for research and instruction
Interested in learning how to make your institution’s collections openly available on JSTOR? Complete the form below and we’ll get in touch.
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