Archiving and Preserving Research

Resources and information on digital curation and preservation of articles, data and other materials produced during the course of your research.

ASU Digital Repository Services

Library Service

Photo of digital storage media such as CDs and floppy disks

The ASU Digital Repository Services provide open dissemination, preservation, and access solutions. Library repositories are harvested by academic search engines and research notification systems, so you can share and get credit for your work. The ASU Digital Repository is also a rich resource for you to access fellow ASU researchers’ work for your own projects and curriculum.

Archaeological Data archiving (tDAR)

Referred Service

The Digital Archaeological Record (tDAR), is an international archaeological digital archive and repository by the Center for Digital Antiquity. tDAR broadens access to archaeological data through simple search and browse functionality and is dedicated to ensuring long-term preservation of digital archaeological data. Researchers can contribute documents, data sets, images, and other critical archaeological materials. See tDAR's pricing page for digital preservation fees.