Current and Developing CollectionsElectronic books
- Women in Scotland c.1100-c.1750 (Scottish Studies Program)
- Critical Geographies: a collection of readings (Department of Geography)
- Electronic theses
- Ontario vegetable crop research (Ridgetown Campus)
- NSERC Chair for Women in Science and Engineering (College of Physical and Engineering Science)
- Research: Knowledge Mobilization/Transfer Initiatives (College of Social and Applied Human Sciences)
- Research posters (Kemptville Campus)
- Numeracy and Quantitative Reasoning Initiative
- Educational Communication (Capacity Development and Extension)
- ENGG*3100 Engineering and Design III proceedings (School of Engineering)
All resources in The Atrium belong to one or more collections. A collection can represent the work of an individual faculty member, an academic department, a programme or a research centre.
If you would like to establish a new collection please contact us. We will confirm with you where the collection should fit in the context of the University structure. We will establish a manager for the collection and discuss issues such as who will be permitted to submit to the collection and whether or not you want a review stage before submissions are publicly accessible.
Consult our guide to collections to learn more about management of your collection.