Free expanded access for impacted libraries
Dear colleagues,

To support our institutions during this challenging time, JSTOR and our participating publishers are making an expanded set of content freely available to our participating institutions where students have been displaced due to COVID-19.

First, we are expediting the release of a new set of 26 journal archives in Public Health, making them openly accessible through June 30, 2020.

We also have an expanded set of content that is available to institutions where students have been displaced due to COVID-19 through June 30, 2020. If your institution would like to take advantage of any of the following, please contact JSTOR Support.
  • For participating academic institutions that currently license some, but not all, JSTOR Archive and Primary Source collections, we will turn on access to all unlicensed collections at no cost.
  • We are working with publishers to make more than 20,000 books available at no charge for JSTOR-participating academic institutions and secondary schools that do not participate in our books program. The number of books available through this effort is growing daily as more publishers opt in.
Further details about this program, participating publishers, and links to other useful resources can be found at

Like all of you, we are working around the clock to help ensure that in the face of unimaginable risk and anxiety, the important work of education and research can go on. We will continue to explore other ways to provide support and will keep you updated on progress via ongoing communications.

To learn more about ITHAKA's business continuity plans and resources for our community, please visit ITHAKA COVID-19 Response: Resources for our Community and Business Continuity.

We wish you good health.


Kevin Guthrie
President, ITHAKA

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