How do I log-in to the BIR?
Members of the Brandeis community can log-in using their UNet IDs. Please leave off the @brandeis.edu when logging in.
I’ve logged in but I don’t see an option to submit.
Logging in does not necessarily confer submitting privileges. Please visit the following pages for instructions on depositing in the repository, depending on your status:
If you still have questions or would like more information, please feel free to contact us!
Are items posted in the BIR open to the public?
Generally, items placed in the BIR are openly available to the public. We do allow for embargoes of student theses and dissertations, but the length of those embargoes are dependent on your department’s guidelines. The BIR does not currently allow deposits for self-archiving purposes only.
What is a community? How do I find what I’m looking for?
The BIR runs on repository software called DSpace. DSpace uses a community structure to organize groups; a department or center becomes a community, and those communities can have many collections. For example, Archives & Special Collections is a community, with many collections such as the Middlesex University picture collection. The community structure attempts to mirror the university structure.