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What is Open Access?
Materials in the Digitial Archives are freely available on the Internet in the spirit of open access, which allows others to read, download, distribute, print, search and link to materials, or use them for other lawful, noncommercial purpose.
You retain the copyright for your own work.
The Digital Archives of Colorado College is part of a collaborative initiative with the Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries. Member libraries contribute their individual content to the Alliance Digital Repository, who provides technical expertise for the ongoing development of the project on behalf of all participating libraries.
Each institution has its own portal and retains its own identity. This partnership allows for the shared purchase of software, storage space, programmers, and robust backup mechanisms. Without this collaborative relationship, costs to develop and maintain this important initiative would be prohibitive.
The Digital Archives of Colorado College is long-term, web-accessible repository that organizes, preserves and makes available the creative, scholarly and institutional work of the faculty, staff and students of Colorado College.
A link to the Digital Archives is located on the Library's homepage and here:
The Digital Archives of Colorado College
Examples of Content
Working papers, conference papers and technical reports
Published articles when copyright and/or license allow
Honors projects, capstones, theses
Award winning papers from students
Journals published by the Colorado College community
Faculty course-related output primarily of scholarly interest
Organizational or departmental annual reports and newsletters
Strategic college documents, committee reports and studies
Tutt Library, Colorado College Research Help Desk: 719-389-6662, Texting: 719-387-5441, E-mail: tuttref@ColoradoCollege.edu