Discover who is looking after your e-journals
The following organisations are the Keepers of digital content, working on your behalf to ensure long-term access to the scholarly and cultural record. They provide the registry with information on their archival holdings, ordered by most recent update (date of which is shown):
- Library of Congress (5 October 2015)
- Scholars Portal (5 October 2015)
- Archaeology Data Service (1 October 2015)
- British Library (1 October 2015)
- HathiTrust (1 October 2015)
- CLOCKSS Archive (28 September 2015)
- Global LOCKSS Network (28 September 2015)
- Portico (28 September 2015)
- National Science Library, Chinese Academy of Sciences (7 September 2015)
- e-Depot (24 April 2012)
The most up-to-date information may be available on the Keeper's website.
Our Member Services provide additional resources to monitor the archival status of e-journal content. Find out more about our Member Services.
- Serials with volumes reported as 'ingested and archived' by at least one Keeper: 29,180
- Serials with volumes reported as 'ingested and archived' by three or more: 10,373
Work on other serials (and volumes) is 'in progress'.
News and Events
- 26th June 2015: New release of the Keepers Registry
- 26th April 2015: Research: Keepers Extra Personas (Part Two)
- 15th April 2015: Research: Keepers Extra Personas (Part One)
- 20th March 2014: Data from the new keepers
- 2nd December 2013: Library of Congress joins the Keepers Registry
- 28th October 2013: Generating Actionable Evidence on E-journal Archiving
We are exploring governance and seeking sponsorship for this global facility. Your feedback is welcome.