DataSpace can now be used to store papers and data. From the homepage:
“DataSpace is a digital repository meant for both archiving and publicly disseminating digital data which are the result of research, academic, or administrative work performed by members of the Princeton University community. DataSpace will promote awareness of the data and address concerns for ensuring the long-term availability of data in the repository.”
There are papers from 2 groups or communities available so far:
|Civil and Environmental Engineering|
|Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs|
There is a useful “About” page, and the “Help” page gives you the mechanics of running searches using the Jakarta Lucerne search engine, which bears lots of similarities to Google.
Contact: Mark Ratliff, Digital Repository Architect, Phone: (609) 258‑0228.