ITHAKA is a not-for-profit working to improve access to knowledge and education for people around the world. Like you, we believe this requires uncovering, sharing, and preserving diverse scholarly content for future generations. Join us on our journey.

Unlock the power of your digital collections

Extend the reach of your library’s special collections through our rapidly growing JSTOR Open Community Collections. Host your special collections on JSTOR free through 2022. Your content will be openly accessible on a trusted platform used by millions of scholars, students, and faculty around the world each year.

Help us amplify underrepresented voices on JSTOR

We invite you to share content from your collections. Reveal Digital works with libraries, archives, museums, and historical societies to develop Open Access primary source collections, hosted on JSTOR. We focus on activist, radical, and often unheard voices within alternative social movements. View the collections we’re working on.

Preserve scholarly content for future generations

Portico is a community-supported preservation archive that safeguards access to e-journals, e-books, and digital collections. Our unique, trusted process ensures that the content we preserve will remain accessible and usable for researchers, scholars, and students in the future.

Support instruction with your archives

Ithaka S+R recently conducted two studies on how faculty use—or would like to use—primary sources in the classroom. Instructors especially found great value in teaching with digital collections during the pandemic and find it likely that they will have an increased presence in their curriculum. Our research also uncovered a number of tactics archives can employ to support faculty.

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Share my collections on JSTOR
Preserve my institution’s archives on Portico
Amplify underrepresented voices through Reveal Digital
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