For authors who are interested in self-archiving their work to make it openly available, this list provides some examples of disciplinary and institutional repositories that can be used by the UT Austin community.
Not seeing a repository that will work for you? Please reach out to either Colleen Lyon or your subject liaison for assistance in finding the appropriate repository.
Any time you are considering publication in a journal that is new to you, you should thoroughly review that journal to make sure it's the right place to publish. Things you should consider include:
Many faculty are interested in creating online profiles or access to their work. Some accomplish that through their own website, through repositories, or through academic social networks like ResearchGate and Academia.edu (Academia.edu is not affiliated with an educational institution). Before choosing a location to share your work, consider your goals and the platform's overall purpose.
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