Library completes migration of Scholars’ Mine to MOspace

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On March 14, 2013

Curtis Laws Wilson Library staff are excited to announce that they have completed the migration of Scholars’ Mine, their Institutional Repository, to MOspace.

MOspace is the institutional repository serving all the institutions in the University of Missouri System. A joint initiative of the university libraries, the office of library systems and the division of information technology, MOspace is a permanent digital storehouse of research and knowledge focusing on works created by those connected with the University of Missouri. MOspace is a place where faculty, staff and students can store their intellectual output, and depend upon a permanent URL.
MOspace allows the library to preserve and provide open access to items in a more permanent way than posting to a website. The project uses DSpace, an open source application developed at MIT, which provides permanent URLs for documents deposited through it to the MOspace server. The library is committed to this ongoing effort as part of the next generation of library collections.
Scholars’ Mine is part of the crucial role libraries play in preserving research and scholarship in all forms and making knowledge accessible for future scholars. Scholars’ Mine will maintain its unique identity and branding within the broader MOspace community and is still accessible using
The library staff looks forward to improving and expanding Scholars’ Mine. Ask questions or gain additional information by contacting the Scholars’ Mine.

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