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It provides a single point of public access to electronic copies of peer-reviewed journal articles, conference proceedings by Oxford authors and Oxford research theses. This also provides a means for institutional compliance with funders’ Open Access requirements.
The full text and abstracts of many items within the archive can be downloaded free of charge by anyone with an Internet connection and new full texts are being added daily.
The Oxford University Research Archive (ORA) is home to a collection of research materials produced by the members of the University. Deposit to ORA can be made by existing members using their Single Sign-On credentials (SSO). More information regarding deposit can be found at: http://ox.libguides.com/ora/depositing-to-ORA
Digital copies of Oxford theses are stored and accessed in ORA. Many Oxford digital theses are open access and freely available to anyone with Internet access
Students following D.Phil., M.Litt. and M.Sc.(by research) programmes and who registered since October 2007 are required to deposit a hardcopy AND a digital copy of their thesis. The digital copy should be deposited in ORA. The Digital Theses Libguide provides information for all steps of the deposit process.
Act on Acceptance' was launched on 1 October 2015 in anticipation of the REF 2021 Open Access requirements. Accepted Manuscripts should be deposited into ORA via Symplectic Elements.
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Oxford Research Archive
Oxford University Research Archive (ORA) is an institutional repository for the University of Oxford and is home to the scholarly output of its research members. It holds publications, theses and research data.
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