Q. What is DSpace


DSPace is a digital repository for student and faculty research and for University historical publications.  This digital repository provides a permanent and secure location for research reports and projects generated by students and faculty including Scholarship Sewanee, senior honors theses, School of Theology theses, School of Letters theses, and Career Services internship reports. DSpace is also used as an archival location for digital, fully searchable copies of certain University publications including The Sewanee Purple, The Cap & Gown, and The Sewanee Alumni magazines.  Check out our DSpace page here for more information and the ability to search through the collections.

  • Last Updated Feb 07, 2018
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  • Answered By Mary O'Neill

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