Research repositories at the University of Auckland

Institutional repositories support the management of research outputs.


Institutional repositories store research publications, creative works and research data. They support researchers with:

  • Curation of research outputs
  • Discovery of published materials
  • Citation and reuse of research

Repositories at the University of Auckland

University of Auckland researchers have access to two repositories:

  • The University of Auckland Research Repository
  • The Data Publishing and Discovery Service

University of Auckland Research Repository

The University of Auckland Research Repository is an archive of research works including books, chapters, articles and conference papers.

  • Available to all staff and doctoral candidates.
  • Deposit your work using Research Outputs, the University’s research outputs management system.
  • Find out more

Data Publishing and Discovery Service

The Data Publishing and Discovery Service is an archive of research data, including datasets, code, instrument data, and image or media files.

  • Available to all staff and doctoral candidates and postgraduate students.
  • Upload is via institutional Figshare.
  • Items are stored securely and levels of access can be set to:
    • Private
    • Privately shared with colleagues
    • Public and published with a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) to meet funder, publisher or institutional obligations.
  • Find out more

Theses

Doctoral candidates and masters students are required to deposit a digital copy of their thesis to the University of Auckland Research Repository.


Disciplinary repositories

The University’s repositories sit alongside international and often community driven non-profit initiatives, for example, arXiv. The Open Access Directory provides a list of disciplinary repositories worth exploring.


Other material

If unsure about which repository to use, please contact your Subject Librarian.