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Scholarship at UWindsor
Organisation:University of Windsor
Address:401 Sunset Avenue, Windsor, 401 Sunset Avenue
Location:Latitude: 42.305133 & Longitude: -83.067483, Google Map
Tel.:+1 519-253-3000
Description:The mandate of the Scholarship at UWindsor repository is to enable researchers in our campus community to preserve and provide open access to a wide range of scholarly and creative works. This could include copies of published articles where permitted, conference papers, presentations, theses, videos of talks, musical scores, images and more. Since Scholarship at UWindsor is an open access repository, its contents will be freely available to anyone with access to the internet. This enables the work of scholars from the University of Windsor to reach the broadest possible audience and helps to make publicly funded research more publicly accessible.The interface is in English and it includes and RSS to alert users of new content.
Type:Institutional - Operational
Size:13956 items (2018-04-19)
Software:Digital Commons
Content:Articles; Conferences; Theses; Multimedia; Special
Contacts:Mita Williams (, Administrator
OpenDOAR ID:2870, Last reviewed: 2018-02-20, Suggest an update for this record
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