We're launching our Digital Sustainability service in August 2020, offering support to Oxford University projects. This new service draws on multiple different repositories and archiving solutions across the University, as well as establishing a new, easy-to-use platform that will be free at the point of use for most projects.
Our new Figshare platform will be available for new projects from January 2021. This repository is widely used across the academic world for publishing, preserving and accessing data and research outputs. However, we don't adopt a one-size-fits-all approach. We will aim to connect researchers with the Oxford University platform that best fits your project, needs, and resources. If you're planning a new digital project, or looking for a solution to keep an existing project online, please do get in touch.
In the meantime, we've begun to transfer existing projects onto this new platform, beginning with some key Digital Humanities projects:
This project in the History Faculty, led by Professor Bryan Ward-Perkins, is a world-leading resource on religion in Late Antiquity.
This crowdsourcing project, from the department of English Language & Literature, explores collaborative cultures of scientific knowledge. Led by Professor Sally Shuttleworth, we are working to preserve this resource after its active crowd-sourcing work had ended.