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Unlock the power of your special collections
Are your library’s valuable primary source materials reaching the scholars who need them for their research and teaching?
Learn how Annie Tummino, Head of Special Collections and Archives at Queens College, began making her institutional, civil rights, and other valuable collections discoverable worldwide alongside relevant scholarly content.

Image credit: Mark Levy, Mississippi Freedom Summer 1964, photograph.Civil Rights Movement Photographs from Queens College Special Collections and Archives.

In this video, Annie describes how easy it was to share her library’s content, the surprising impact they've seen — including national media attention — and what they’re planning on sharing next.
See how you, too, can share your institution’s digital collections openly on JSTOR with scholars, faculty, and students around the world.
As Annie says, “Something that you think maybe is only going to be pertinent to a handful of folks locally turns out to have these bigger implications.”
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