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A research repository is a place to store an instutution's intellectual research outputs. Find out if others have carried out research in your topic area. Use them to find reports, theses, articles and sometimes book chapters from New Zealand, Australia and around the world.
NZResearch This link opens in a new window
A gateway to the research documents produced at universities, polytechnics, and other research institutions throughout New Zealand.
Otago University Research Archive (OUR Archive) This link opens in a new window
Repository for selected research produced at the University of Otago. Includes Book, Book chapters, Journal Articles, Theses, Working Papers and more.
RIAN Pathways to Irish Research This link opens in a new window
A freely accessible database of Irish research material harvested from the institutional repositories of seven Irish university libraries.
Social Science Research Network (SSRN)
SSRN's objective is to provide worldwide distribution of research to authors and their readers. Any paper an author uploads to SSRN is downloadable for free, worldwide.
Trove This link opens in a new window
A discovery service that includes research from Australian university and government research repositories. Includes: including theses; preprints; postprints; journal articles; book chapters; music recordings and pictures.
Grey literature may also be found in institutional repositories. These institutions often collect grey literature produced by their researchers. The following sites provide access to such repositories world-wide.