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    About QSpace

    QSpace collects, preserves, and distributes digital content produced by members of the Queen's community. Here you may find articles, working papers, preprints, technical reports, conference papers and data sets in various digital formats. Content grows daily as new communities and collections are added to QSpace.

    QSpace content is organized around Communities which can correspond to organizational entities such as schools, departments, labs, research centers, etc. Within each community there can be an unlimited number of subcommunities and an unlimited number of collections. Each collection may contain an unlimited number of items. Each community can have its own distinct identity and logo. Each community and collection can have its own policies on submission, workflow, content and access.


    • QSpace Guidelines and Policies
    • Copyright. Planning on contributing your published article to QSpace? Check these sites to find permissions normally given to the author as part of each publisher's copyright transfer agreement. You can also write directly to the publisher for permission to contribute your article to QSpace.

      Similarly, if you are submitting an electronic thesis to QSpace you may be worried that you are violating publishers' publication policies for future journal articles you may wish to publish. You can check the database of links to publishers' journal policies called the Academic Journal Policy Database (AJPD):

    • Questions & Answers - A ready reference sheet of responses to questions and concerns from faculty, et al.

    • QSpace Web Site - For more information about the QSpace service, the software, governance, etc.


    QSpace is a Library initiative, managed by the Library in partnership with the Queen's communities and IT Services. QSpace uses DSpace software, developed jointly by MIT Libraries and Hewlett-Packard.

    Feedback Your comments, questions and suggestions are very important in helping us design a resource that will serve the Queen's community.

 

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