EPrints users worldwide are configuring their repositories for many diverse requirements.
This page showcases a small sample of these repositories:
UAL Research Online
UAL Research Online is the University of the Arts London's repository for research outputs. It contains metadata-only records, restricted access records, and fully open access items. UAL-RO was developed by the JISC-funded Kultur project in 2009, and runs on an eprints platform that has been customised for research in arts and design. The repository mainly contains multimedia objects (moving image, static image, sound, music, slideshows, archived websites) as well as some text items.
Welcome to UCL Discovery - home to UCL Research. Use this site to explore the unique scale and diversity of UCL research and our global expertise. UCL authors can access RPS from this site, and use author tools. See the links provided for more information.
University of Southampton EPrints-Soton
e-Prints Soton is the University of Southampton's Research Repository and contains a growing collection of literature from the University.
Padua@research is the institutional repository for the research outputs of the University of Padua, Italy. The repository contains electronic documents produced by professors, researchers and collaborators at the university. The full text of the items is available too. Phd theses are deposited in the repository as well.
The following repositories are tailor-made for theses; other repositories keep theses as an integral part of their other holdings
Glasgow Theses Services
Electronic copies of all higher degree theses successfully defended at Glasgow University from academic session 2007/2008 onwards. Some theses are subject to embargoes.
TEL - Thesis Online
Digital Theses of the University of Munich
CaltechTHESIS, University of California
CaltechTHESIS is a growing repository of the Ph.D., Engineering and Master's theses authored by Caltech graduate students. It is updated continuously as students add new theses, and as library staff scan and add older theses.
eRA - Department of Employment, Economic Development & Innovation (DEEDI) (Australia)
Queensland Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation archive of scientific and research publications. EPrints Services extended this repository to support archiving of datasets which included:
- integrating an FTP service allowing researchers to upload large files (>2GB)
This repository is one of many harvested by the Australian National Data
Service (ANDS) providing access to a collection of research resources from all research institutions in Australia.
eCrystals - Southampton Crystal Report Archive
eCrystals - Southampton is the archive for Crystal Structures generated by the Southampton Chemical Crystallography Group and the EPSRC UK National Crystallography Service.
Some multi-site projects of an extended timescale (more than 3 years, say) have a need to promote the work of their partners. (This is especially true of European "Networks of Excellence".)
AgentLink Publications Clearinghouse
PASCAL EPrints: Pattern Analysis, Statistical Modelling and Computational Learning
The following EPrint installations are examples of the use of a repository as a digital library for capturing not only research but also administrative and policy documents relating to institutions.
Archive of European Integration
Policy Documentation Center
CogPrints: Cognitive Sciences Eprint Archive
PhilSci: Philosophy of Science Archive
Digital Library of the Commons (USA)