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research is research conducted in the spirit of free and open source
software. If the research is scientific in nature it is frequently
referred to as open science; open research can also include social
sciences and the humanities...
"What is an open repository?" I said, "You mean, in contrast to a closed
one? ... It's a repository that's open for everyone. Think of it like a
public library, but no card is required." --Jim Downing, 2007 http://praxis101.com/blog/archives/000095.html
Public Access vs. Open Access
What's in USpace Now?
Theses & Dissertations
Colonial language and postcolonial linguistic hybridity by Jarica Linn Watts
Aiding clinicians through summarization of perinatal data by Eric S. Hall
Blues en el Corazón by Miguel Basim Chuaqui
Published journal articles
Detecting positive selection from genome scans of linkage disequilibrium by Henry C. Harpending, Alan R. Rogers, and Chad D. Huff
Final, peer-reviewed journal articles
Toward the development of an inventory of daily widowed life (IDWL): guided by the duel process model of coping with bereavement by Michael Caserta and Dale A. Lund
Dottie by Valerie Kim Martinez
Shallow Edge of the Gene Pool II by Maryann Sorensen Webster
Resistencia by Miguel Basim Chuaqui, Igor Eugene Iachimcuic, Shawn C. Standing
Public Access Repositories at the U
There are at least 31 repositories on campus that provide free-to-read access (full list below). Here are three examples.
Collects, maintains, preserves, records, and provides access to the intellectual capital and output of the University of Utah, reflects the University's excellence, and shares that work with others.
Provides a means for managing, delivering, and accessing university-related content to all interested people.
Archives SCI research from 1980 to the present.
Full List of U of U Public Access Repositories