Welcome to the DSpace@Cambridge support pages
NOTE: From 1 April 2013 a new Open Access Service is available to support University of Cambridge researchers comply with RCUK policies in making their research outputs available open access. If you are in the process of publishing articles or conference proceedings acknowledging RCUK grants please make use of this service. If you have questions please email email@example.com.
DSpace@Cambridge is the institutional repository of the University of Cambridge. This is the place where you can self-archive your papers, share research data or store your digitised image or multimedia collections. DSpace@Cambridge also helps you comply with funders' mandates to deposit your research output open access.
The repository has been established to facilitate both dissemination and preservation of digital material created by the members of the University of Cambridge. It is, if you will, a publication platform that offers free permanent access to its collections. Its existence demonstrates the University's continued commitment to the stewardship of scholarly material in a digital context, as indeed it has shown this commitment for paper based material for 800 years.
On this support web site you will find general information about the DSpace@Cambridge service, about its background and policies. For University employees and students there are detailed instructions on how get started using the service and how to deposit content.