T-Space increases research impact by openly showcasing and preserving over 34,000 scholarly works, including born digital faculty work, previously published copyright cleared work and graduate theses. All items in TSpace enjoy an ongoing preservation commitment from the University of Toronto Libraries.
Items in T-Space receive priority ranking in Google and permanent URLs , greatly enhancing visibility and access. In 2012, T-Space received over 1.1 million unique visitors from 212 countries, with the heaviest use coming from the U.S., followed by Canada, EU, China, and India. As of August 2013, T-Space has exceeded 865 million unique visitors. Currently, the most popular item is “Electromagnetic Levitation of a Solid Metallic Torus,” an MA thesis written by Delbert James Jackson.
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