Finding an ePrint
The fastest way to find an ePrint is to browse all available ePrints, by year, author Faculty/Department/Centre or by format type.
You can also search by keyword in a title, author or abstract . An advanced search enables you to search by keyword in the title, author, editor, abstract, journal or publication title, or subject category. You can also limit by ePrint type, Faculty, Department, status, and date.
An USQ ePrints Quick Guide to Depositing (PDF 229KB) steps you through the deposit process, including printing off a cover sheet for reporting to the Department of Education.
If you haven't submitted documents before, first contact the USQ ePrints Editor email@example.com to arrange to be registered.
If you are already registered, login to your User Area to deposit a paper.
Frequently Asked Questions
Questions about issues such as access, submitting documents and the relationship with research reporting are answered in Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). There is a section providing copyright advice for depositors and authors.
All theses are deposited in USQ ePrints and higher degree theses also are made available in the Australasian Digital Theses service. USQ ePrints staff will deposit all research degree theses and authors may deposit other theses.
USQ ePrints Contact Information
If you would like more information about USQ ePrints, please contact the following people:
- USQ ePrints Editor: Jenny Kinnear for all enquiries about registering as an ePrints depositor, and depositing or accessing your papers.
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