The Internet Archive has digitized over 2.1 million books and microforms.
Both large and small collections of monographs, serials, archival materials, maps, diaries and photographs to name a few, can be digitized in over 33 global scanning centers found on 4 continents. Alternatively, our portable Table Top Scanner can also be purchased and used on-site within libraries and archives. Since 2005, the Internet Archive has collaborated and built digital collections with over 1100 Library Institutions and other content providers.
The American Libraries collection includes material contributed from across the United States.
Partnerships include: Boston Public Library, the Library of Congress and the Lancaster County's Historical Society.
Significant contributions have come from partners in North America (American and Canadian Libraries), Europe and Asia, representing more than 184 languages.Contribute a Book The Internet Archive encourages our global community to contribute physical items, as well as uploading digital materials directly to the Internet Archive.