About RRI Digital Repository
The RRI Digital Repository is an initiative to showcase the scholarship of Sir C.V. Raman, the founder of Raman Research Institute. This repository also collects, collates, preserves and disseminates the current research papers of RRI in digital format. This repository enables deposition of preprints, post prints of peer reviewed journal publications, conference proceedings, technical reports etc. using a web interface. Annual reports, Newspaper clippings from Raman Archive, Photographs, Audio-Video materials of interest to RRI are the other resources available on this Digital Repository.
It is running on DSpace (Version 5.4), an open source software which complies with the Open Archives Initiative (OAI) framework allowing publications to be easily indexed and searched by web search engines and other indexing services.
Contents of RRI Digital Repository:
- Collected papers of Sir. C.V. Raman
- Research papers of faculty and students (version/format subject to each publisher’s policy on the matter)
- Annual Reports of RRI
- Newspaper clippings from the Raman archives
- Audio-Video of lectures
While utmost care has been taken to provide as authentic and accurate information as far as possible with regards to the publications in this archive, we disclaim any responsibility or liability from any incidental errors. Users also assume the sole responsibility for use of any content appearing in the RRI Digital Repository.
While content from this archive can be freely downloaded for purposes of academic teaching and research, redistribution or hosting of full-text content in any retrieval system for profit is strictly prohibited.
In no event shall RRI be liable to the users of our repository or to any third party for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, special or exemplary damages or lost profit resulting from any use or misuse of information provided on our repository
About this Software
RRI Digital Repository is powered by Dspace, an open source software for managing digital assets jointly developed by MIT Libraries and Hewlett-Packard Labs. For more information see http://dspace.org/