Rhodes eResearch Repository Content Guide
- The Rhodes eResearch Repository (ReRR) will archive the research and scholarly activity of Rhodes University and affiliated institutes.
- Only research and scholarly output generated while authors/editors are affiliated to the University is eligible for the ReRR.
- All material stored in the ReRR will be full-text and open access, i.e. freely available worldwide on the Internet.
- A journal article may only be archived if one of the following conditions apply:
- Copyright is held by the author; or
- Permission has been granted by the publisher, or
- The publisher holds copyright and allows self-archiving (see point 3 in the Submission Guidelines), or
- The article is published in an open access journal.
- Types of material include:
- Theses (Masters and Ph.D. graduates of the University);
- Journal articles (pre- or post-prints);
- Books or book chapters (published);
- Conference contributions;
- Inaugural and other special lectures;
- Reports (e.g. technical and project reports; working or discussion papers),
- Patents (published).
- Journals published and/or edited by a Rhodes University Faculty/Department.
See also Submission Guidelines.
Note: Submitted items will not appear in the live repository until they have been checked.