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What Are Repositories?
Institutional repositories are digital collections of the outputs created within a university or research institution. The collections may include articles, books, theses, dissertations, posters, presentations, data, and more.
Subject / disciplinary repositories are digital collections focused on a particular subject area. These repositories contain various types of works (articles, books, posters, presentations) and/or data by researchers. Disciplinary repositories may accept work from any institution. Some disciplinary repositories accept specific types of work (e.g. data only, articles only, etc.)
Auraria Institutional Repository (AIR)
Usage statistics, including views, visits, and downloads, can be viewed for items.
re3data.org (Registry of Research Data Repositories)
Lists more than 1,500 research data repositories. Search by subject, country, access, licenses and more.
A directory of open access academic repositories offering a wide range of text, media, and audio materials in digital format including oral history collections.