An institutional repository is an archive for collecting, preserving, and disseminating digital copies of the intellectual output of an institution, particularly a research institution.
- Fast worldwide dissemination of your work
- Indexing on Google, Google Scholar, and other specialty academic search engines
- Increased visibility for research and teaching activities
- Full-text search
- Permanent unbreakable URLs
- Safe long-term archiving
What to contribute:
All material should be scholarly or educational in nature and faculty sponsored. Examples include: working papers, technical reports, conference slides, proceedings, preprints, postprints, datasets, multimedia, podcasts, screencasts, animations, video lectures, learning objects, student research.
Here are a few links to repository tools and information services.