epublications @bond is an open access repository of research and scholarly output of Bond University staff and students, and historical and archival material about the University.
Faculty, researchers, and students associated with Bond University are invited to contribute digital materials for long-term preservation and world-wide accessibility.
Research papers & data
Depositing your research papers and data in epublications @bond provides long-term preservation, increased visibility and meets the open access requirements of funding bodies including the Australian Research Council (ARC) and National Health & Medical Research Council (NHMRC). Additionally, you will be meeting the obligations set out in Bond University Open Access Policy (USP 1.04)
The repository team in the Library will upload your research papers and data, and check publishers’ policies for author rights and archiving in repositories for you. Data for HERDC and ERA eligible publications will also be captured for reporting.
The map below shows global, real-time views of content in epublications @bond.
Personal Researcher Pages
Personal Researcher Pages are a good way to showcase your research. Library staff will set up a page for you containing your bibliography, links to papers, your photograph and a summary of your research interests and will link your new publications to this page as you submit them. Optionally your CV can be attached to your page. The University’s staff directory also links to your personal researcher page.
While you are at Bond the repository staff in the Library will collaborate with you to maintain and update your page.
Your personal researcher page is yours to keep when you leave Bond University. You will have access to maintain it, upload new publications and view readership statistics. The links to papers in epublications @bond will be retained.
Examples can be seen in the Author Gallery.
Explore your research impact through epublications @bond's personal author dashboard and take advantage of the mailing list feature to announce newly published articles. The repository also offers user notification tools and social sharing options.
Deposit your publications
Ensure your research outputs are compliant with funders' policies, and raise your online research presence by depositing your works in epublications @bond.
Repository staff will check publishers’ policies and copyright compliance for you.