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A guide to resources of interest to researchers at the University of New England, Australia.
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e-publications@UNE is an institutional repository for disseminating and preserving the scholarly work of the University of New England. It offers a central location for depositing research outputs or other scholarly work for which authors have retained copyright or acquired permission to do so. In addition, the repository provides enduring access and makes the content easily discoverable.

e-publications@UNE is managed by the University Library in collaboration with Research Services and Information Technology Directorates.


Including your research in e-publications@UNE

The regular submission of new research outputs is recommended and encouraged. There is no need to wait for deadlines and reminders!

Please do not re-enter data submitted to UNE for ERA for previous years.

How to submit your own research outputs

How to submit outputs on behalf of someone else.


There are some major benefits to including your research in e-publications@UNE:

  • Preservation: the repository is a secure and long term archive for your scholarly work.
  • Stability: each item in the repository receives its own individual, permanent, citable, linkable URL that will not change or break over time. 
  • Compliance: satisfying requirements of research funded by NHMRC grants.

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