There are a huge number of digital university libraries, whose growth accelerated after the Corona pandemic, which imposed remote teaching in most regions of the world, and digital transformation has touched almost everything in the teaching process, and the most important thing here is the resources of books, articles, notes, letters, and reports, many of which have become available to a worldwide audience, with some resources still subject to limited access.
The Harvard Digital Repository (DASH) is an important effort to provide access to a wide range of Harvard-affiliated academic works, including prior and subsequent journal articles, conference proceedings, notes and theses, working papers, and reports.
The university is working to raise citation rates and influence by making these resources available to the public around the world and urges faculty members in its various faculties to deposit their work in this digital repository so that it is indexed in global scientific search engines. As a result, the existing resources multiply every time, and they are currently arriving for more than 80,000 works between research papers, studies, and reports.
Academic Commons provides open and ongoing access to studies produced by researchers at Columbia University, Barnard College, Jewish Theological Seminary, Teachers College, and Union Theological Seminary. Academic Commons is a program of Columbia University Libraries.
No matter where you live, you can download the full text of available research and studies (over 32,000 studies) without encountering firewalls or fees. It is represented in reports, articles, and graduate and doctoral theses in all scientific disciplines, and it is constantly increasing. Academic Commons is indexed by leading search engines, metadata aggregators, the Columbia Libraries Catalog, and the Columbia University website.
The SSt.St.Stanfordigital Repository is the largest digital university repository in the world, with more than 214 million files, varying between notes, theses, reports, books, mamomaps, and mmagazines in various languages. The world, with the dominance of the English language, of course, and an important part of which is accessible without any restriction or condition,
The digital library can be searched by specialization, language, or date, as well as by geographical region: the Islamic world, the Middle East, sub-Saharan Africa, and so on. By all accounts, this library is considered a gold mine for every researcher who can benefit from iuse from it in their research.
The Apollo Project is the official name of the University of Cambridge Digital Repository, created in 2003 as a service to share the output of Cambridge research activity, and is part of the Digital Initiatives based at Cambridge University Library.
The Apollo Project works on the University of Cambridge’s commitment to providing the widest possible access to and long-term preservation of its research in order to contribute to society as well as academic progress. The primary objective is to provide open access to the university’s research publications.
The outputs of the Apollo Project include but are not limited to publications, conference proceedings, book chapters, monographs, dissertations, various forms of research data (video recordings, spreadsheets, computer texts, codes, images, etc.), presentations, and more.
This library includes more than 260,000 research articles. The University of Oxford is famous enough to define itself, as it is considered one of the best universities in the world. Its digital library contains a diverse number of research and studies, and the articles remain the most present in the digital repository, exceeding two-thirds of all constantly renewable production.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) digital repository is one of the most important libraries in the world, and the university is based on the idea that libraries can build a better world, especially if knowledge is available to everyone and makes us hear the hoarse voices at the ends of the earth. The library contains all the natural and social scientific disciplines, and like the rest of the digital libraries, it contains the entire production submitted by students and faculty affiliated with the university.
The University of Chicago Digital Repository is a service managed by the University Library to preserve and share the University’s scholarly and creative assets. The repository is supported by a collaboration between the Library and IT Services at the University of Chicago. It aims to improve the visibility of your research papers to a wide audience of readers, including those without journal subscriptions. The library includes university publications, theses and notes, official reports and technical reports, working papers, and research data sets.
It is a service of the Cornell University Library that provides long-term access to a wide range of digital content of enduring value associated with Cornell. As part of its social commitment as a research university, Cornell strives to ensure that the results of scientific research are as widely available as possible. The digital repository provides open access to over 92,000 research articles. Online posts showcase the work of individuals as well as departments, programs, institutes, and other formal and informal groupings. The intent of this service is to evolve to reflect the changing needs and rules of publishing as defined by Cornell faculty, university staff, and students.