The Duke Digital Repository (DDR) is a service of Duke University Libraries that supports the activities of the University's faculty, researchers, students, and library staff by preserving, securing, and providing access to digital resources. The DDR extends the Libraries' ongoing mission of preservation and access to information, including research data, scholarly output, digital collections, archival records, and other digital materials that provide enduring value for intellectual inquiry and documentation of University activities. To guarantee the reliability and effectiveness of the DDR, the Libraries maintain essential technology platforms and offer expertise in curation, data management, and archival practice.

Reviewed and approved by the Duke Digital Repository Program Committee, August 29, 2016.

Program Areas

The Duke Digital Repository is built on three program areas:

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