Rhodes eResearch Repository Content Guide

  1. The Rhodes eResearch Repository (ReRR) will archive the research and scholarly activity of Rhodes University and affiliated institutes.
  2. Only research and scholarly output generated while authors/editors are affiliated to the University is eligible for the ReRR.
  3. All material stored in the ReRR will be full-text and open access, i.e. freely available worldwide on the Internet.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.