UMD’s institutional repository has merged with the University Digital Conservancy. This online service and space will permit the Kathryn A. Martin Library to continue its rich legacy of collecting, preserving, and making information accessible to students, faculty, researchers, and community members. The University Digital Conservancy provides free, public access, and long-term preservation of works created at the University. Visit the University of Minnesota Duluth in the UDC.
Deposit your material for free. Satisfy requirements for open access to research articles and support the University’s Open Access Policy.
Receive higher ranking in Google and Google Scholar. Increase your exposure and potential for higher impact.
Share, publish, and preserve your digital data for long-term access and future use in the Data Repository.
Search across the full text of your works using Google, Google Scholar, or a Digital Conservancy search box embedded on your own website.
A persistent url for each work guarantees no more broken links. The UDC ensures your works will remain accessible and usable over time.
Items in the UDC are managed by the U of M Libraries, which is committed to long-term access and preservation of the collection (see our policy).