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During 2005, the SUNY Office of Library and Information Services has established a prototype institutional repository using the Dspace software. Institutional repositories are digital archives used to collect, manage, maintain and disseminate the intellectual output associated with institutions such as SUNY. The repository contains (or will likely contain) article pre-prints, article post-prints, other working papers, electronic journals, visual resources, theses, dissertations, resources in other data formats, etc.
The Dspace software allows the repository to be divided into communities (e.g. a SUNY campus), sub-communities (e.g. a department on that campus) and collections (e.g. an electronic journal). The SUNY Digital Repository is designed to provide this type of online infrastructure for the SUNY institutions that don't have their own repository on campus.
A SUNY-wide committee is in the process of being formed. This group will determine and finalize repository policies regarding content, acceptable data formats, governance, intellectual property, metadata standards, and other topics.
If you are interested in adding content to the repository, please send details to email@example.com
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