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The University of Birmingham Research Archive [UBIRA] is an online store of freely, publicly, permanently available full text research material produced by staff and researchers at the University of Birmingham. The repository acts as a focus for the University's research output and helps to manage the research process in future. It helps fulfil the University's mission to engender, encourage and disseminate scholarly work.

It is an Open Access repository, aiming to make the material available to the widest possible audience. Material in the repository is available over the Internet and is indexed by search engines including Google Scholar (http://scholar.google.com/) and OpenDOAR (Directory of Open Access Repositories http://www.opendoar.org/). By making material freely available in this way it becomes more accessible worldwide, leading to greater visibility and impact of research carried out here at Birmingham.

Depositing in UBIRA is straightforward. You need a few details about your publication and a final version of the text.

Questions, comments and suggestions regarding UBIRA are welcomed at ubira@lists.bham.ac.uk.


ePrints

(953 items)

The ePrints repository is an online service developed to host the full-text of published, peer reviewed research material produced by members of the University, and it contains the full text of articles, conference papers, book chapters and other refereed publications.

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ePapers

(1125 items)

The ePapers repository is for research material produced by members of the University, and includes working papers, images and other data. This repository contains material that has not been through a formal peer-review process.

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eTheses

(4175 items)

The eTheses repository is for full-text electronic copies of theses produced by research postgraduates from the University. It is part of the national EThOS service.

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