BibSite is an open access digital repository for discovering and sharing bibliographical research and pedagogical materials.
The platform is designed for scholars, instructors, professionals, and students of bibliography, in the broadest sense of the term, to easily find materials that can further their own research, teaching, and studies. BibSite collocates resources from contributors and indexed from across the Internet in a way that makes all its materials more readily discoverable than stand-alone items posted on a personal or university website. BibSite’s extensive metadata for every resource enhances discoverability in a crowded world wide web and provides a persistent URL (or permalink) for each contribution so that BibSite materials can be accessed through citations indefinitely. The BSA is committed to maintaining BibSite as an ongoing service over time.
To learn about all the search functions in BibSite, visit our How to Use BibSite page.
People who study and work with textual objects can contribute their own work or index resources from across the Internet. Contributors can use BibSite to provide public access to their accumulated published and unpublished research. They retain all intellectual property rights to any resources they submit. They can submit revised and updated materials at any time—and indeed are encouraged to do so on an ongoing basis. If they so choose, contributors may also request that their contributions be removed from BibSite at any time (although BSA certainly hopes they will not opt to do so!).
To learn more about contributing resources to BibSite or indexing material available online, visit our Contribute page.
→ TeamBibSite is brought to you by
The Bibliographical Society of America
BSA Executive Director and
Digital Strategy Working Group Chair
Project Manager (2021–2022)
The BibSite Editorial Board:
Eric Ensley, General Editor
Emma Sarconi, Editor
Adrana Cásarez, Editor
→ With Generous Support from
→ Additional Credits
Julia Novitch and Ghazaal Vojdani
Whirl-i-Gig and Julia Novitch