DSPACE - Educational Transformation through Technology at MIT DSpace™ is a free, open source software platform that allows research organizations to offer faculty and researchers a professionally managed searchable archive for their digital assets. DSpace focuses on simple access to these assets, as well as their long-term preservation. Commitment New information technologies—desktop computing, datasets, software simulations, audio and video files—have exponentially increased digital collateral. At the same time, they pose a distinct archiving problem, as technology evolves seemingly from month to month. In 2000, innovators were just beginning to understand the scope of the digital-medium problem.
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