Guide to Documenting Born-Digital Archival Workflows
The "OSSArcFlow Guide to Documenting Born-Digital Archival Workflows" aims to make the daunting task of selecting, implementing, and refining born-digital archiving workflows more achievable.Learn More
Join Our Team
Educopia and The Maintainers are hiring a Project Coordinator to manage activities for "Building the Movement for Maintenance Thinking and Action: A Community-Based Approach" project!Learn More and Apply
Making Community Spaces Safer
Over the course of this year, Educopia staff members are contributing blog posts to the "Making Community Spaces Safer" series. Each post will explore one of our organizational values and describe our efforts to live into that value.Read the Latest Post
Digital Scholarly Communication Infrastructure
The Bibliographic Scan of Digital Scholarly Communication Infrastructure provides an extensive literature review and listing of major projects, programs, and organizations in the current digital scholarship ecosystem.Read the Scan
New Scholarly Communications White Paper
"Encouraging Adherence to Values and Principles in Scholarly Publishing" explores the relationship between today’s varied scholarly publishing service providers and the academic values that we believe should guide their work.Read the White Paper
A Field Guide
Based on a dozen years of our work, Educopia's Field Guide helps community leaders grow and sustain healthy communities.Download the Field Guide
The Educopia Institute empowers collaborative communities
to create, share, and preserve knowledge.
The mission of the MetaArchive Cooperative is to foster better understanding of distributed digital preservation methods and to create enduring and stable, geographically dispersed “dark archives” of digital materials that can be drawn upon to restore collections at Member organizations.
Helping cultural organizations acquire and curate born-digital materials through open-source digital forensics tools.
Promoting the development of innovative, sustainable publishing services in academic and research libraries to support scholars as they create, advance, and disseminate knowledge.
Educopia Consulting’s clients include a wide variety of organizations and institutions, including libraries, archives, information technology service providers and academic institutions.
Our scholars, librarians, and curators regularly engage in consulting activities in the following specialty areas:
Digital Preservation & Digital Curation
Digital Scholarship &