About White Rose Research Online
White Rose Research Online (WRRO) houses research outputs from the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York. The repository aims to:
To include your research outputs in the repository, simply register (select "create account" above) and input your publications details. Please note, University of Leeds staff should deposit their work via the University's Research Information System, Symplectic. (http://publications.leeds.ac.uk).
Please see the copyright information page.
What can be placed in the repository?
The emphasis of the repository is on research papers which have been or are in the process of being published. One of the main reasons for providing an open access repository is to increase access to those material which would normally be held behind a subscription barrier. Hence the emphasis on journal literature. However, a range of outputs can be deposited.
Eligible outputs should:
In the main, the repository holds journal papers, conference papers and book chapters. However, the scope of the repository is under review. If there are additional materials you would like to deposit, please contact the Repository Officer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Send us whatever you have! For public dissemination, we generally use PDF but for preservation purposes it is useful to have files in the "native" format - though obscure formats may pose particular preservation challenges.
Policy / Licence Documents
Metadata Policy - for information describing items in the repository.
Data Policy - for full-text and other full data items.
Content Policy - for types of document and dataset held.
Submission Policy - concerning depositors, quality and copyright.
This site is powered by EPrints 3, free software developed by the University of Southampton.
This repository is contributing to JISC RepositoryNet.
White Rose Research Online (previously the White Rose Consortium ePrints Repository) was originally created as part of the JISC/CURL funded SHERPA (Securing a Hybrid Environment for Research Preservation and Access) project. A description of the project, including a list of the other Universities involved, can be found on the SHERPA web site http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/