About Project Euclid
Project Euclid was developed and deployed by the Cornell University Library, with start-up funding provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and is now jointly managed by the Cornell Library and Duke University Press. It was originally created to provide a platform for small scholarly publishers of mathematics and statistics journals to move from print to electronic in a cost-effective way.
Through a combination of support by subscribing libraries and participating publishers, over 70% of the journal articles hosted on Project Euclid are openly available. As of 2018, Project Euclid hosts 1.8 million pages of open-access content.
Project Euclid's mission is to provide powerful, low-cost online hosting and publishing services for theoretical and applied mathematics and statistics scholarship worldwide. As a non-profit community-driven international partnership of academic libraries, independent and society scholarly publishers, and scholars, Project Euclid actively supports broad, sustainable access to this scholarship.
- Strong independent, society, and small business publishers
- User-friendly, reliable, well-designed online services
- Online services and data standards that improve discoverability
- Long-term preservation of access to scholarship
- Innovative global partnerships and collaborations among publishers, librarians, and scholars
- Not-for-profit, cost-effective, affordable, and sustainable business models
- Widely accessible scholarship
- High quality, curated scholarship
- Community-ownership and operation