UNSWorks is UNSW's institutional repository and aims to collect, preserve and showcase the research outputs of UNSW staff and students. Research outputs deposited into UNSWorks are openly accessible, discoverable and reusable by researchers and the general public.
Depositing an appropriate open access version of your research outputs into UNSWorks is also known as self-archiving. The advantages of this are:
UNSW staff and students can deposit into UNSWorks via the Research Outputs System (ROS). Only copyright compliant versions of your work should be uploaded.
Not all publishers allow self-archiving, so it is important to check what is permitted before uploading a copy of your publication. SHERPA/RoMEO provides information on journal and publisher copyright and self-archiving policies.
Where publishers do permit self-archiving, often they allow only the author's accepted copy (post-print). Ensure you do not upload the final, published version unless permitted.