Open Access Ebooks & Journals
Resources include journals, books, images and media, research reports, resources for librarians, community collections, and JSTOR Daily.
More than 6,000 Open Access ebooks from 75+ publishers, including Brill, Cornell University Press, De Gruyter, and University of California Press, are now available at no cost to libraries or users.
Thanks to a grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, we’ve digitized more than 600 out-of-print books published by El Colegio de México and made them available on an Open Access basis on JSTOR. We are delighted to work with this important research center to make its scholarly works freely accessible to researchers.
Books at JSTOR has begun a pilot project led by the Latin American Research Resources Project (LARRP) in collaboration with the Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO), and Latin American bookseller García Cambeiro. This project has made 200 of CLACSO’s frontlist titles, published in Argentina in 2018-2019, available.
Luminos is University of California Press’s Open Access publishing program for monographs. With the same high standards for selection, peer review, production and marketing as our traditional program, Luminos is a transformative model, built as a partnership where costs and benefits are shared.
A free PDF version of each title is available to download from our website. This version is free to read and share according to the terms of the Creative Commons publication licence, provided that the author is properly cited. Please note that third party materials included in the publication may be subject to copyright restrictions; proper permission to reuse this material should be sought from the rights holder. Print and eBook versions of these titles are available to purchase.
At Cambridge University Press, Open Access submissions are accepted in more than 350 of our journals.
The MIT Press has been a leader in open access book publishing for two decades, beginning in 1995 with the publication of William Mitchell’s City of Bits, which appeared simultaneously in print and in a dynamic, open web edition. We support a variety of open access funding models for select books, including monographs, trade books, and textbooks.