DSpace is a repository application that allows you to capture, store, index, preserve and distribute your digital material including text, video, audio and data. DSpace provides a way to manage your materials and publications in a professionally maintained repository to give them greater visibility and accessibility over time. DSpace is most often used as an institutional repository - a platform that provides access to research output, scholarly publications, library collections, and more.

Benefits of DSpace

  • Organize, describe and store your content easily through the built-in structure.
  • Archive and distribute material you would currently put on your personal website.
  • Get your materials out quickly, to a worldwide audience through exposure to search engines such as Google.
  • Having a persistent network identifier for your work, which never changes or breaks
  • Preserves reusable teaching materials that you can use with course management systems.
  • Stores examples of student's projects (with the student's permission).
  • Showcases student's theses (with the student's permission).
  • Keep track of your own publications/bibliography.

Key Features

  • Manage and preserve all format of digital content.
  • Completely customizable to fit user needs.
  • Apache SOLR based search for metadata and full text contents.
  • UTF-8 Support.
  • Granular group based access control, allowing setting permissions down to the level of individual files.
  • Optimized for Google Scholar indexing.
  • Importing & Exporting Bulk Content.