Every interested individual, volunteer, researcher or research organisation can use this space for creating their collection, thus contributing to and developing the overall database, increasing research process and becoming a co-organisers of the Public Archive as a matter of fact. The Public Archive is open for cooperation based on research ethics and parity.
Joining the Public Archive involves transferring digital copies of documents to the ownership of the Public Archive and making them public for research and educational goals.
Following the initial contact from a party interested in joining the Public Archive space a group of researchers from the Archive will digitize materials at their location, according to specific standards, and catalogue detailed information on them. The digitized version, accompanied by the detailed information, will be uploaded to the Public Archive under a collection attribute to the owner-contributor. A copy of the digitized material will also be handed to the owner.
Any user is able to use documents of the Public Archive in their online resolution for research and educational goals, by indicating their source (the archive, preserving organisation, collection, contributor). A registration is necessary for obtaining high resolution versions of the documents.
For informational improvement and development of the Public Archive, as well as for providing feedback, users are able to use the comment function, which involves indication of factual data or information related to a specific document, contributing to the already present information and developing it.