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Share your content
After you have confirmed the rights of your content, you are ready to share with the world. Here are a few destinations where you can start.
Share your collection with an educational audience with JSTOR Forum, user-friendly software that allows you to manage, catalog, and distribute your institution’s digital collections and projects locally or openly on the web. You may also share your content in Artstor’s public collections, making it discoverable in an environment in use by faculty and students at 1,800 institutions around the world.
The Digital Public Library of America empowers people to learn, grow, and contribute to a diverse and better-functioning society by maximizing public access to our shared history, culture, and knowledge. DPLA accepts content through their Hubs, including Service Hubs that bring content together from libraries, archives and museums, and other cultural heritage institutions in a state or region.
Wikimedia Commons is a media file repository that makes available public domain and freely-licensed educational media content (images, sound, and video clips) to everyone as a common repository for the various projects of the Wikimedia Foundation. Check out their project scope pages for details.