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University of East Anglia



  • Managerial WTE: 0
  • Administrative WTE: 0
  • Technical WTE: 0.2
  • Total WTE: 0.2
  • Number of individual staff that work on repository whole or part time: 0
  • Core repository team or staff distributed throughout different departments: Some are located in other departments. Currently the university has a distributed model whereby editors are administrative staff in the Research support office.
  • Membership to UKCoRR: Some staff are members


  • Level of mediated deposit: Level varies according to department. Each department has a number of administrators who create records and add metadata. Most have not been trained in copyright checking, and as yet are not uploading full text although we are keen to include these.
  • Accept metadata records or full-text only: Also accept metadata only records
  • Percentage full-text: <1%
  • Currently have institutional policy / mandate: No. There is a policy in progress to encourage this.
  • Currently have preservation policy for repository: No
  • Content types included in repository: Research articles, Conference papers, Theses
  • Quality assurance policy for research content: We accept peer reviewed and non-peer reviewed materials. There are no criteria for this at present, and very little if any non-peer reviewed material has been added.
  • Currently have e-theses deposit policy: Yes
  • E-theses policy is opt-out (i.e. the thesis will be made OA unless the student requests an exception): Yes

Institutional context

  • Department with lead responsibility for repository: The library & IT department is integrated and together launched the repository. However there is no dedicated staff time for advocacy & management, and only a fixed-term technical officer who is about to leave
  • Integration / plan for integration with research management systems: Partially - in the process of implementing this
  • Commercial CRIS system:
  • Which one?:
  • Bids for external funding: Yes
  • More about the repository: The library remains a strong advocate of the repository, particularly for full-text, but does not currently have staffing to support this. The research office have been keen adopters of it as a publication database.
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