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This space is thought to make it easy for DSpace users in Switzerland to share information about their activities, projects, events and ideas and to make them known to the global DSpace Community. This page and its sub-pages are the platform to coordinate the collaboration among Swiss institutions in order to facilitate discussions on Country specific themes and topics of interest.
1. Who is using DSpace in Switzerland?
In the Duraspace Registry there is information about the DSpace installations currently running in Switzerland. Please take a moment to look for your Institution and check whether the information is correct.
If your institution is missing, you can add it here: https://duraspace.org/registry/register-your-site/
1.a. Institutions currently working on a DSpace installation
Please list your institution here!
2. How to communicate?
There are numerous ways to get in touch, both at a global level with the general DSpace Community and at the specific country level.
2.a. Mailing Lists
General and global DSpace lists
Globally, there are several public mailing lists that you can join, depending on your particular interest, see Mailing Lists
List for the German Speaking user community
National Mailing List
There is currently no national DSpace mailing list for Switzerland, our main communication channel is Slack (see below).
DSpace is using Slack as communication platform. Within slack there is a new channel for the Swiss DSpace User Group: #dspace-ch. After joining the main DSpace Slack channel, just look for #dspace-ch and add it to your list.