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Research ReachOut @ the Library

10: Research Repository

SESSION 10: Murdoch University's Research Repository

The Murdoch University Research Repository is an open access digital collection of research created by Murdoch University staff, researchers and postgraduate students. It is designed to collect, preserve and showcase the scholarly output of Murdoch University. These videos outline how you can you use the Repository effectively to discover Murdoch-affiliated research, what the process is of items being added to the Repository, how you can contribute (and why you would want to do this), how you can see if your works are being downloaded, and how you can take full advantage of the Repository's services.

There are two videos for this session:

  • How to Search, Browse & Access Items
  • Why and How to Contribute, View Your Statistics & Connect Your ORCID® iD  

Please see below.

VIDEO 1: How to Search, Browse & Access Items

Topics include:

  • What is Murdoch University’s Research Repository?
  • Searching:
    • Simple Search
    • Advanced Search
  • Browsing:
    • By Author
    • Murdoch Theses (incl. by Supervisor)
    • UN Sustainable Development Goals
  • Accessing items under a ‘Request a copy’ button

VIDEO 2: Why and How to Contribute, View Your Statistics & Connect Your ORCID® iD

Topics include:

  • What you can contribute to the Repository
  • The benefits of having your scholarly output on the Repository
  • Contributing your thesis
  • Contributing other works
  • Viewing your statistics
  • Connecting your ORCID® iD
  • Linking UN Sustainable Development Goals to items

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Need Help?

For further help regarding the Research Repository, please go to the Research Repository Contact page.