About UEA Digital Repository

UEA Digital Repository is an 'open access' repository of research publications and other research output containing the details of published research produced by University of East Anglia staff.

Academic staff members add details of research output conducted during the course of their work at UEA to the University’s Current Research Information System (CRIS) - PURE - and these are then automatically uploaded to UEA Digital Repository.

The repository also holds UEA's collection of e-theses uploaded by the Library.

The repository contains:

  • Bibliographic information about UEA's research output (metadata)
  • Full text for many research articles, sample book chapters, working papers and monographs.
  • PhD theses

The repository is intended to provide long-term, public, free access to these materials on the web, subject to strict Terms and Conditions.

UEA Digital Repository is managed by the Library and RIN, in collaboration with ITCS.

This site is powered by EPrints 3, free software developed by the University of Southampton.

Contact Information

Any correspondence concerning this specific repository should be sent to openresearch@uea.ac.uk

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Policies

Please see the Policies page.

FAQ

Please see the Frequently Asked Questions page.

Terms and Conditions of Use of UEA Digital Repository

The Terms of Use for UEA Digital Repository mirror wherever possible the Terms and Conditions of Use of the British Library’s EThOS service which also automatically holds copies of UEA Theses.

By using UEA Digital Repository you are bound by the following Terms and Conditions. Please read them carefully.

Access Condition and Agreement

Each deposit in UEA Digital Repository is protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights, and duplication or sale of all or part of any of the Data Collections is not permitted, except that material may be duplicated by you for your research use or for educational purposes in electronic or print form. You must obtain permission from the copyright holder, usually the author, for any other use. Exceptions only apply where a deposit may be explicitly provided under a stated licence, such as a Creative Commons licence or Open Government licence.

Electronic or print copies may not be offered, whether for sale or otherwise to anyone, unless explicitly stated under a Creative Commons or Open Government license. Unauthorised reproduction, editing or reformatting for resale purposes is explicitly prohibited (except where approved by the copyright holder themselves) and UEA reserves the right to take immediate ‘take down’ action on behalf of the copyright and/or rights holder if this Access condition of the UEA Digital Repository is breached. Any material in this database has been supplied on the understanding that it is copyright material and that no quotation from the material may be published without proper acknowledgement.

Copyright statement

All material supplied from the UEA Digital Repository is protected by copyright and other relevant Intellectual Property Rights. By entering and using the UEA Digital Repository you acknowledge that all Intellectual Property Rights in any Works supplied are the sole and exclusive property of the copyright and/or other IPR holder. Specific copyright holders are identified in the appropriate pages and sections.

A non-exclusive, non-transferable licence is hereby granted to those using or reproducing, in whole or in part, the material for valid purposes e.g., for your research use or for educational purposes in electronic or print form, providing the copyright owners are acknowledged using the normal conventions.Where specific permission to use material is required, this is identified in each deposit, and such permission must be sought from the copyright holder or agency cited.Where specific permissions to use material is granted, these are identified in each deposit, permission must be sought from the copyright holder or agency cited for permissions for any other use.

Liability statement

By using the UEA Digital Repository, you accept that the UEA bears no legal responsibility for the accuracy, legality or comprehensiveness of materials contained within the database, and that the UEA Digital Repository accepts no liability for indirect, consequential, or incidental, damages or losses arising from use of the database or from the unavailability of, or break in access to, the service, for whatever reason. It is the responsibility of potential and actual users to be aware of such constraints and to abide by them. By making use of material on this web server, including the contents of the database, you accept these copyright and disclaimer provisions.