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The University of Arizona

Open Access

A Guide for COM=P

UA Campus Repositories

The UA Campus Repository is an institutional repository that facilitates access to the research, creative works, publications and teaching materials of the University by collecting, sharing and archiving content selected and deposited by faculty, researchers, staff and affiliated contributors.

The UA Faculty Publications collection includes the published articles and final accepted manuscripts submitted by UA faculty under the UA Open Access Policy. The collection also includes books, book chapters, book reviews, presentations, data, and other scholarly materials submitters have opted to make available in the repository.

The University of Arizona Research Data Repository (ReDATA) serves as the institutional repository for non-traditional scholarly outputs resulting from research activities by University of Arizona researchers. Depositing research materials (datasets, code, images, videos, etc.) associated with published articles and/or completed grants and research projects into ReDATA helps UA researchers ensure compliance with funder and journal data sharing policies as well as University data retention policies.


SHERPA/RoMEO is the go-to resource for determing a publisher's policies related to archiving of published works. SHERPA/RoMEO provides information on what version of a manuscript can be archived, if there is an embargo period, and more. It is an excellent resource for determining your ability to archive work in "green" OA repositories.

Health Sciences Subject Repositories

Data Repositories

Visit the UA Library Research Data Management Services website to learn more about sharing and managing research data, funding agency requirements, data management plans, and more.