DalSpace, an initiative of the Dalhousie Libraries, is an institutional repository designed to house, preserve and showcase the intellectual legacy of Dalhousie University. DalSpace contains digital content related to the research and teaching of the faculty of Dalhousie University, as well as content related to the university’s academic mission and administration. This may include theses, journal articles, learning objects, images, and other relevant content.
Open content presently includes post-prints of research papers from Dalhousie based authors, the digitized "Proceedings of the Nova Scotia Institute of Science", the publications of the Institute of Public Affairs and the Atlantic Institute of Criminology, Dalhousie yearbooks, graduate theses and much more.
For further information, contact: Geoff Brown, Digital Scholarship Librarian: firstname.lastname@example.org
Benefits of an Institutional Repostory