The UC Research Repository showcases the research outputs of University of Canberra staff and postgraduate students.
Its purpose is to centrally store, manage and provide long-term access for UC research outputs.
The increased visibility of research outputs located in the repository helps to disseminate UC research to the wider research community, potentially enhancing research impact and citation rates.
Submit your publications to Research Services Office via the HERDC process.
This data is added to Research Master and used for government reporting purposes and it is also made available to the Library so that all submitted publications metadata can be added to the UC Research Repository and when copyright permits, made freely available online.
If you have copies of the author’s accepted manuscript version of any of your publications that have not previously been submitted to the Repository, please email them to email@example.com.
The UC Research Repository also collects the non-reportable HERDC categories. These are not reported to the Research Services Office so can be sent directly to the UC Research Repository at firstname.lastname@example.org. For non-peer reviewed work please send the author's final manuscript version.
Non-reportable HERDC catagories include:
What are the benefits of having copies of my work in the UC Research Repository?
Depositing your work in a Research Repository and using social media is a powerful way to promote your research:
Repository staff check publishers' policies on copyrighted material prior to placement in the Repository. The full text will only be displayed if one of the following apply:
For more information see the Copyright page in this guide.
Pre-print – the version of a journal or conference paper that is submitted for peer review. This version may subsequently be revised by the author as a result of reviewers’ comments.
Post-print – the author’s accepted manuscript version of a paper, i.e. post peer-review and with any suggested revisions incorporated.
Published version – often called the Publisher’s PDF, this version includes changes made by the publisher whilst preparing the manuscript for publication and generally includes formatting, layout, pagination and other changes made as a result of copy-editing.
Yes. All records in the UC Research Repository and the digital files attached to these records are indexed by Google Scholar.