The primary aim of DOAB is to increase discoverability of Open Access books. Academic publishers are invited to provide metadata of their Open Access books to DOAB. Currently it includes over 1500 Academic peer-reviewed books from more than 50 publishers.
The DPLA offers a single point of access to millions of items—photographs, manuscripts, books, sounds, moving images, and more—from libraries, archives, and museums around the United States. Users can browse and search the DPLA’s collections by timeline, map, format, and topic; save items to customized lists; and share their lists with others. Users can also explore digital exhibitions curated by the DPLA’s content partners and staff.
Download free books and texts. The Internet Archive Text Archive contains a wide range of fiction, popular books, children's books, historical texts and academic books. Try the archive's site OpenLibrary for an interface to the published books on archive.org and links to other online book collections. This collection is open to the community for the contribution of any type of text, many licensed using Creative Commons licenses.
OAPEN offers publishers, research institutes and libraries effective new ways of disseminating scholarly work. We have developed a new publishing model to help you finance and produce monographs in Open Access and, most importantly, we have founded the OAPEN Library, a publishing platform designed to give global impact to peer-reviewed research from across Europe. Our members have digital publishing programmes, make use of digital repositories, publish in different European languages, command a worldwide distribution network (including the US), and work closely with university libraries. All titles available through the OAPEN Library have been subject to a stringent peer-review process.
Perseus is a non-profit enterprise, located in the Department of the Classics, Tufts University. "Our flagship collection, under development since 1987, covers the history, literature and culture of the Greco-Roman world. We are applying what we have learned from Classics to other subjects within the humanities and beyond. "