What content does AUSpace support?
Documents, such as articles, preprints, working papers, technical reports, or conference papers
Visualizations, simulations, and other models
What is metadata?
The term metadata means “data about data.” Authors and librarians use metadata to tag content for organization and retrieval. AUSSpace currently uses a qualified version ...
What is a collection?
Communities can maintain an unlimited number of collections in AUSpace. Collections can be organized around a topic, or by type of information (such as working ...
What is a community?
AUSpace content is organized around Communities which can correspond to administrative entities such as schools, departments, labs and research centers. Within each community there can ...
What is a handle?
When your item becomes a part of the AUSpace repository it is assigned a persistent URL. This means that, unlike most URLs, this identifier will ...
What is AUSpace?
AUSpace is Athabasca University’s Institutional Repository. It is a digital library system that uses open source DSpace software to
Capture digital research material in any format ...