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Rhode Island College Digital Commons
URL:http://digitalcommons.ric.edu/
Organisation:Rhode Island College
Address:600 Mount Pleasant Avenue, Providence
Country:United States
Location:Latitude: 41.824000 & Longitude: -71.412800, Google Map
Description:DigitalCommons@RIC is the Institutional Repository of Rhode Island College which collects, preserves, and provides open access to the work of students and staff. It contains archives, departmental and research documents and showcases the Adams Library's Special Collections. It is in English and has an RSS feed for recent acquisitions.
Type:Institutional - Operational
Size:5711 items (2017-07-20)
Software:Digital Commons
Subjects:Science General; Biology and Biochemistry; Mathematics and Statistics; Physics and Astronomy; Health and Medicine; Technology General; Mechanical Engineering and Materials; Arts and Humanities General; Social Sciences General; Business and Economics; Education; Law and Politics
Content:Articles; Theses; Books; Special
Languages:English
Contacts:Brendan Ryan (bryan@ric.edu), Administrator
OpenDOAR ID:2714, Last reviewed: 2013-07-10, Suggest an update for this record - Missing data is needed for: OAI-PMH & Policies
Link to this record: http://opendoar.org/id/2714/
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