At least one of the authors must be a USQ staff member, post-graduate or honours student. If the work has multiple authors, ascertain that the other authors also approve submission into USQ ePrints.
Eligible document types include:
Book or book chapter
Technical or project report
Working paper or discussion paper
Conference paper or conference poster paper
Dissertation or Thesis (see below)
Other types may also be acceptable, see the Collection Development Policy, or contact the USQ ePrints Administrator.
Coursework Masters or coursework Doctorate theses may included in USQ ePrints at the discretion of the Faculty Dean. These include:
Theses produced as the output of a research degree will be in USQ ePrints, but will only be deposited by ePrints staff (following award of the degree, and authorisation by the Office of Reseach and Higher Degrees). They will also appear in the Australasian Digital Theses (ADT) service. These degrees include:
PhD (Doctor of Philosophy)
Doctor of Education, Doctor of Engineering
Masters (by research), including Master of Health, Master of Arts, Master of Engineering, Master of Spatial Science, Master of Business
One of the following conditions must apply:
The author must hold the copyright, or
Permission has been specifically obtained by the depositor from the publisher, or
The publisher as copyright holder allows ePrints to be self-archived in an institutional repository.
The SHERPA website contains information regarding Publisher Copyright Policies and Self-Archiving.
If you don't know the copyright status of your paper, submit it anyway. ePrints staff will check all papers, and will request self-archiving/copyright permission on your behalf if necessary.