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Institutional Repository Reimagined

NDSU Libraries are excited to launch the new and improved institutional repository. Some new features include improved search functions, a clean simplified look, and librarian support and data entry.

The primary function of the repository is to establish open access to the university’s research documents and electronic material. The institutional repository serves as an outreach tool for the university by communicating the importance and extensiveness of research done at North Dakota State University.

What is accepted?
Content authored by current or former NDSU faculty, researchers, students, or staff members and content about NDSU, or directly related to the institutional mission as a student-focused, land grant, research university. Research outputs can include, but are not limited to, publications, conference proceedings, book chapters, monographs, theses, various forms of research data, and presentations.

Guidelines:
• Vetted/Refereed scholarly or creative works
• Content is complete and original
(excludes short reviews, abstracts, etc.)
• Authored by an NDSU affiliate (faculty, staff, student, alumni, etc.) within their area of expertise
• Content is stable and does not require special software to access
 

FOR QUESTIONS AND SUBMISSIONS, PLEASE CONTACT:

Amy Reese | amy.reese@ndsu.edu
Systems and Emerging Technology Librarian

Jenny Grasto | jenny.grasto@ndsu.edu
Head of Resource Acquisition, Management, and Discovery

 

 

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Last updated: 8/22/2017