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What is an institutional repository?

Last Updated: Aug 30, 2013  |  78 Views

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Institutional repositories (IRs) collect, store, and distribute the digital scholarly works of faculty, students, and staff while both respecting copyright and providing Google-searchable, open access content for increased research impact. Content can range from previously or soon-to-be published research articles to student theses and dissertations.

UVicSpace is our institutional repository.

    * Faculty: Learn about submitting your scholarly works
    * Grad students: Learn about submitting your thesis or dissertation (ETD )
    * Everybody: Explore UVicSpace for UVic content

You can search IRs from universities around the world using OAIster. IR content also shows up in Google Scholar.

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