Reveal Digital, part of the non-profit organization ITHAKA, is looking for archives who may wish to be part of developing several Open Access primary source collections on JSTOR.org.
We welcome ideas for content to include, and we can offer support, financial and otherwise, for digitization on site or using our facilities. If your organization holds primary sources relevant to the following themes, please contact us to discuss the possibility of including them in the collections.
For those who may be unfamiliar with Reveal Digital, our focus is on activist, radical and often underseen voices within social movements, and our goal is to make these important primary sources easier for researchers to discover and use. No financial contribution of any kind is expected or required from archives contributing materials. Upholding contributing institutions' stewardship and ownership of their collections is a central tenet of Reveal Digital. Source libraries and rights holders receive digital copies of images and metadata of all of the material they provide to a collection. Reveal Digital makes no ownership claims to the digitized content; all rights to the content reside with the original rights holders or with the source institutions for out-of-copyright material. Content pages in our collections include links to the rights holders and/or source institutions.
Contributors include a broad range of institution types, as well as independent scholars. Examples include: Museum of Performance and Design, Wisconsin Historical Society, State Library of Oregon, and University of California.
If you're interested in learning more, please reach out to Reveal Digital Senior Editor Anne Ray at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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