The Institutional Repository at the University of Florida (IR@UF) is the digital archive for the intellectual output of the University of Florida community, and includes research, news, outreach, and educational materials.
The University of Florida Libraries established and supports the IR@UF in order to offer a central location for the collection, preservation, and dissemination of scholarly, research, and creative production alongside historical materials from the University of Florida. The historical materials provide context for research and researchers, enabling insight into the history, nature, and culture of the University. The IR@UF includes the following open access materials from UF authors and UF colleges:
- Journal Articles
- Conference Papers and Proceedings
- Monographs and Monograph Series
- Technical Reports
- Theses and Dissertations
- White Papers
- Data and data sets (standalone or with publications)
- Journals and Other Publications of UF Colleges
- Grant Proposals
- Also, see related materials in the University Archives Collection, with photographs, audio, video, and more
The IR@UF encourages university units to contribute their open access research, reports and other materials to the IR@UF for archiving and dissemination free of commercial cost.
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To learn more about the IR@UF, check out the informational video: The Institutional Repository: IR@UF
The UF Libraries acquire, manage, and preserve digital resources so that they remain accessible to its constituents over the long term. Certain limitations may be placed on access due to legal, donor and/or other reasons, but, in general, in so far as possible, the UF Libraries endeavor to make its digital resources accessible to all users.