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Open Access at the Library


Digilog is a digital repository of Durham College research that is provided by the Library.

Digilog collects, preserves, and showcases the academic work of the Durham College community, including faculty publications and graduate theses and dissertations.

Materials in Digilog are openly available to the world and discoverable through search engines such as Google Scholar.

Why deposit to Digilog?

  1. Digilog will preserve your work using best practices for digital preservation.
  2. Digilog provides a permanent URL to your submission, guaranteed never to break.
  3. Digilog items are indexed by Google Scholar and other major search engines.
  4. Digilog makes your work accessible to others without expensive open access fees.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can post articles?

All faculty, staff, and students at Durham College are eligible to submit work to Digilog. Please contact for assistance with submission.

How can I find out if my publisher will allow me to deposit my work in Digilog?

You can check your publishing agreement for terms around depositing your work in an institutional repository, or search SHERPA/RoMEO for a listing of publisher copyright policies and self-archiving.

How do you find Digilog?

From the library homepage, in the Resources section, or directly from

Can I edit my submission once completed?

No, but you can contact if you need to make corrections.

Deposit work in Digilog

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