Repository: PropylaeumDok

Full Name: PropylaeumDok
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Description: Propylaeum-DOK - Digital Repository Classical Studies is the full-text server of the Specialized Information Service Classics and is made available by the University Library of Heidelberg. It offers members of the academic community worldwide the opportunity to publish their texts in electronic format on the internet at no charge. All kinds of publications (like monographs, articles, lectures) in the fields of Classical Studies can be stored on "Propylaeum-DOK".
Accepted Content Types: Journal Articles, Theses and Dissertations, Books, Chapters and Sections, Preprints
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Disciplinary Scope: History, Archaeology and Classical studies research
Keywords: Classical Studies, History
Launch Date: 2007
Platform: Eprints
Platform Languages: English and German
Record Count: Full text : 4 932
Repository Type: Disciplinary
Service Pricing: None
Status: Open
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Last Update: 5/26/21
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Business Model: Non Profit
Funding: Internal funding
Objectives: Firmly rooted in its history, the University is committed to expanding and disseminating our knowledge about all aspects of humanity and nature through research and education. The University upholds the principle of freedom of research and education, acknowledging its responsibility to humanity, society, and nature.
Countries: <a href="">Germany</a>
Owner Full Name: Heidelberg University Library
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Ownership Type: Academic institution
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Access to Content: Anyone may access full items free of charge
Access to Metadata: Anyone may access the metadata free of charge
Account Creation: Only needed for submission
Functional Description: No
Interoperability: Yes via API
Metadata Formats: Yes : Formats are available on this page
Metadata Languages: English and German
Metadata Properties: Title, Author(s), Document type, Version, Date Deposited, Faculties / Institute, Subject, Countries/Regions
Method for Reuse of Metadata: Openly available via API
Open Source: Yes
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Metrics Local function Downloads are visible to everyone
Academic Applicant Only?: Yes
Accepted Content Formats: PDF
Accepted Content Languages: English and German
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Associated Editor: No
Associated Journal: No
Author PID: No
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Journal Submission: Unrestricted
Licensing: Authors are provided with a choice of licenses but CC BY 4.0 is preferred
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Mechanisms to Report Concerns About Plagiarism: No
Peer Review Status Indication: No
Persistent Identifier: DOI or URN
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Text Embargo: No, only if the publisher imposes an embargo period
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Versioning Policy: Accepts new version.
Who can Deposit?: Anyone can post on the platform. Only an account is required ( The creation of the account is free).
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Withdrawal Policy: 0