The University's Open Access Repository (OAR) is the central online location for collecting, preserving and publicly exposing the research outputs of the University for worldwide discovery and access.
The OAR can provide information about impact. Statistics, including Altmetrics and monthly downloads, are included on research output records in the OAR.
The following item types are submitted on your behalf into the OAR:
Researchers and staff are encouraged to self-deposit grey literature and other works in the OAR if this will not affect their publishing strategy, .
The OAR is managed by the Library and provides researchers with a Green Open Access route for their outputs, complying with the University's Open Access Policy and Australian funder requirements. The Library performs copyright assessment on material submitted to the OAR to ensure compliance with publishers' polices.
Yes, anyone can search the repository. You can search content as a "Basic Search" or "Advanced Search" from the OAR homepage
The ePrints platform powers the University Open Access Repository enabling content to be easily discovered via Google and similar search engines. OAR is also harvested by other OA aggregators, such as CORE and Trove.
You will find University of Tasmania research outputs including
You will also find open items from our University Library Special and Rare Collections
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No, all ERA-eligible research outputs submitted to the Web Access Research Portal (WARP) after 1 January 2017 are automatically pushed to the University's Open Access Repository.