Tree-Ring Research, Volume 72 (2016), is now publicly available in the repository.
- Explore the latest additions to the Society for Range Management Journal Archives. Rangeland Ecology & Management, Volume 69 (2016), and Rangelands, Volume 40 (2018), are now publicly available in the repository.
- Congratulations to Fall 2021 graduates of the Sustainable Built Environments program. Their Senior capstone theses and posters are now available, featuring sustainability in Peru.
- Do you have data or code associated with published articles and/or completed grants and research projects? Visit the UA Research Data Repository (ReDATA) to learn how UA affiliates can use ReDATA to comply with funder mandates as well as UA data retention policies. Just like the UA Campus Repository, ReDATA is designed for materials intended for public availability.
- Applications are being accepted for the UAL Data Grant Program until February 1, 2022. UA faculty members, graduate students, post-doctoral research associates and staff are eligible to apply.
- The Ludwig W. Adamec and M. Mobin Shorish collections are now publicly available in the UA Campus Repository. The University of Arizona Libraries also provides public access to the Kabul Times (1962-1980) and Anis (1946-1984) newspapers. These historical collections include unique collection of documents related to Afghanistan history, culture, and its development during the Jihad period and more.
- Master's reports from Summer 2021 graduates are now available in the MS-GIST Master's Reports collection.
- Explore graduate student research in the UA Theses and Dissertations collections. More than 38,000 master's theses and dissertations are publicly available, with new titles added every month.
- WOW Libros, a peer-reviewed journal of critical reviews on children's and adolescent literature published in Spanish, is now publicly available.
- New issues of WOW Stories from UArizona College of Education are now publicly available.
- The full backfile of the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law (Vols 1 - 38) is now publicly available.
- Check out the master's reports from Spring 2021 MS-GIST program graduates!
- Congratulations to College of Medicine - Phoenix doctor of medicine graduates! Doctoral theses and posters from their scholarly projects are now available.
- Congratulations to Spring 2021 graduates of the Sustainable Built Environments program. Their Senior capstone theses and posters are now available.
- We're celebrating the 5-year anniversary of the UA Open Access Policy. The UA Faculty Publications collection has grown to more than 9,400 articles published by UA researchers. We thank all our UA affiliates for contributing their articles under the policy!
- Please join us in welcoming the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law to our repository community. Articles from Volume 38, Issue 2 are now publicly available. The full backfile will be added over the next several weeks.
- Rangelands, Volume 39 (2017) is now publicly available in the repository.
- Do you have research data and code to share? Visit ReDATA, The University of Arizona Research Data Repository to learn how to make your data and code available in compliance with funder mandates
- Rangeland Ecology & Management, Volumes 67-68 (2014-2015) are now publicly available in the repository.
- Tree-Ring Research, Volume 71 (2015) is now publicly available in the repository.
- Meteoritics & Planetary Science, Volumes 37-44 (2002-2009) are now publicly available in the repository.
- Radiocarbon, Volumes 1-54 (1959-2012) are now publicly available in the repository.
- Theses from Spring/Summer 2020 Honors College graduates are now publicly available in the repository.
- Rangeland Ecology & Management/Journal of Range Management, Volumes 1-66 (1948-2013) are now publicly available in the repository.
- More than 8,400 journal articles from University of Arizona faculty, staff and researchers have been made available since the implementation of the UA Open Access Policy (April 2016). You can find these articles in the UA Faculty Publications collection - thank you to all our article authors and contributors!
- Senior capstones from the Sustainable Built Environments program are now available in the Campus Repository.
- Explore presentation materials from the 2020 Critical Librarianship & Pedagogy Symposium, sponsored by the University of Arizona Libraries and held virtually from September 1-17, 2020.
- Interested in archaeology in Arizona? Check out the newly digitized volumes of the Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series.
- Master's reports from 2020 graduates are now available in the College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture's Landscape Architecture Master's Reports collection.
- The UA Campus Repository team is thrilled about the launch of our sister repository, ReDATA. To deposit research datasets and code, please use the newly created UA Research Data Repository (ReDATA). ReDATA will curate the data and provide a DOI upon publication. Access is currently by request only. To obtain access, please contact email@example.com.
- Doctoral posters and theses from Spring 2020 graduates are now available in the College of Medicine - Phoenix Scholarly Projects collection.
- Have you heard about the site Aguada Fénix, a monument discovered by an international team led by Professors Takeshi Inomata and Daniela Triadan from the UA School of Anthropology? Learn more about their discovery in this UA News article and explore related reports and data in the Middle Usumacinta Archaeological Project collection.
- Master's reports from Spring 2020 graduates are now available in the MS-GIST Master's Reports collection.
- Theses and posters from Spring 2020 graduates are now available in the Sustainable Built Environments Senior Capstones collection.
- The Archive and the Guide Series, published by the Center for Creative Photography (CCP), are now available in the repository. The volumes highlight materials in the CCP's research collections.
- Rangelands Volumes 1-38 (1979-2016) are now available in the Campus Repository. These publically available journal archives are made available by the University of Arizona Libraries in partnership with the Society for Range Management.
- Are you interested in women's history and agriculture in Arizona? Special Collections at the University of Arizona Libraries has digitized Reports of the Home Demonstration Agents. These documents provide a window into Arizona life from 1918-1958.
- The Arizona Geological Survey continues to add new content, from reports and maps to geospatial data, to the Campus Repository. Explore the latest materials in the AZGS Document Repository.
- New video conversations and transcripts from the Arizona/Nevada Scottish Gaelic Documentation project are now available in the repository.
- Reports and geo TIFF files from the Maya Archaeology projects are being added to the repository.
- Honors College senior theses from December 2019 graduates are now available in the repository.
- Congratulations to December 2019 master's and doctoral graduates - your theses and dissertations are processed through the Graduate College to our repository team and are loaded to the UA Campus Repository every 4-6 weeks. We're proud to make your research available to the world - UA Theses and Dissertations - more than 37,000 titles and growing!
- Master's reports from 2019 graduates of the Master of Science in Geographic Information Systems Technology program are now available in the MS-GIST collection.
- Senior theses and posters from 2019 graduates of the Sustainable Built Environments program are now available in the SBE Senior Capstones collection.
- Posters and research papers from Class of 2019 PharmD graduates are now available in the Pharmacy Student Research Projects collection.
- Proceedings from the 2019 International Telemetering Conference are now available in the repository.
- OSIRIS-REx Science Implementation Plan materials are now available in the repository through the efforts of UAL Special Collections personnel and the OSIRIS-REx team.
- We're welcoming the Arizona State Museum to the UA Campus Repository, with the addition of the ASM Archaeological Series collection. Content from this series is currently being digitized, and we're excited to announce the public availability of "River of Change: Prehistory of the Middle Little Colorado River Valley, Arizona" at https://repository.arizona.edu/handle/10150/634831. Digitization of this collection is made possible by our colleagues at the University of Arizona Press, Special Collections and the Office of Digital Innovation & Stewardship at the University Libraries, and the Arizona State Museum.
- We celebrated International Open Access Week, October 21-27, by playing "The Game of Open Access" with library colleagues. Visit http://www.openaccessweek.org to learn about other international open access initiatives around the 2019 theme "Open for Whom? Equity in Open Knowledge"
- Have you heard about the UA Libraries' Open Access Investment Fund? The fund supports initiatives and projects that advance open access. It also supports institutional memberships with specific publishers; UA authors benefit from discounts on article processing charges.
- The UA Campus Repository has achieved the milestone of making more than 70,000 items publically available. The 70,000th item added to the repository was Bernice Ackerman's Characteristics of Summer Radar Echoes in Arizona, 1956, from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics Scientific Report series.
- The UA Faculty Publications collection now contains more than 6,000 articles contributed by faculty and researchers under the UA Open Access Policy passed by the UA Faculty Senate.
- OSIRIS-REx Mission Information is now available in the repository through the efforts of UAL Special Collections personnel and the OSIRIS-REx team.
- Theses and posters from College of Medicine - Phoenix graduates are now available in the repository. Visit the Scholarly Projects 2019 collection to view this year's submissions.
- Congratulations to Spring 2019 graduates from the Honors College. Honors College Theses from 250 graduates are now available in the repository.
- Sixteen titles from the UA Press Open Arizona collection are now available in the repository. The scholarship "emphasizes the relevance of the southwestern United States to understanding contemporary American life." You can read, browse, and download these books from both the Open Arizona website and from the Open Arizona collection in the repository.
- Congratulations to Spring 2019 graduates in the Master of Landscape Architecture program. Their master's reports are now available in the repository.
Congratulations to Spring 2019 graduates in the Sustainable Built Environments program. Their capstone projects, now available in the repository, focus on sustainable architecture in Tucson.
We're celebrating three years of the UA Open Access Policy! The policy was passed by Faculty Senate in April 2016. Since then, we've made more than 4,500 articles authored by UA faculty, researchers and staff publically available in the repository. Browse these materials and learn how to add your content to the repository.
- Dissertations from the Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program are now available in the repository.
- The latest volume of Desert Plants, a special issue called Thirty-Seven Years on a Mountain Trail: Vascular Flora and Flowering Phenology of the Finger Rock Canyon Watershed, Santa Catalina Mountains, Arizona.
- New geologic maps and data from the Arizona Geological Survey Document Repository.
- A report on the Research Practices of Indigenous Studies Scholars at the University of Arizona.
- Honors College Theses from Fall 2018 graduates.
- Proceedings from the 2018 Critical Librarianship and Pedagogy Symposium.
- The UA Libraries is celebrating International GIS Day on November 14th with a morning workshop and afternoon talks. Learn more at http://libguides.library.arizona.edu/GIS/gisday2018
- The Critical Librarianship & Pedagogy Symposium (CLAPS) is happening November 15-16th at The University of Arizona. Proceedings from the 2016 symposium are available in the repository.
- Presentations from October 31st's research data program are now available:
- Celebrate Open Access Week with these University of Arizona events:
- The Arizona Geological Survey (AZGS) Document Repository is now available in the UA Campus Repository. UA Libraries personnel collaborated with AZGS to add historical and current publications to the repository, for immediate public availability and long-term preservation. Content includes geologic maps, reports, bulletins, and other publications.
- More than 200 honors theses from Spring 2018 graduates are now available in the repository. Theses represent research activities from multiple disciplines across campus.
- Tree-Ring Research Volumes 68, 69 and 70 (2012-2014) are now available in the repository.
March 7th, 2018: Proceedings from the 2017 International Telemetering Conference are now available in the repository.
February 26th, 2018:
- Honors College Theses from Summer and Fall 2017 are now available in the repository.
- Weren't able to attend the Love Data Week presentations at the UA Libraries? The presentations are now online at https://osf.io/ds4gk/.