About The Erasmus Repository
The EUR repository, RePub, provides access to the academic output of the EUR and makes it available to everyone, free of charge, now and in the future.
In doing so, the EUR supports the idea of open access to findings of academic research.
What are the benefits of submitting your work to RePub?
You support the idea of open access to findings of academic research.
More citations. Open access to articles means that they will be read and cited more frequently. Increasingly, the Internet is becoming the primary source that people search. They will also find your publication in RePub.
Accessible worldwide. Publications are uniformly accessible and therefore easy to find. As part of the library, RePub uses the most advanced technical aids for this accessibility. Because RePub dovetails with national and international standards and is part of a network of academic repositories, publications available worldwide. Via the Internet, you also contribute to the national and international ‘countenance’ of EUR, your own faculty and discipline.
Persistent. Your publication will receive a so-called handle. This is a persistent URL to the document, which you can use as a reference or for your publication lists on your own website.
Permanent storage. RePub guarantees permanent storage, in collaboration with the E-depot of the KB, The Dutch National Library.
Free of charge. Publication in RePub is free of charge for academic staff of EUR. The University Library considers this as part of the library’s standard services.
Quick and easy. Submitting your work is quick and easy.
Various entry paths. Publications stored in RePub can be located and accessed along many paths. Besides the specific search opportunities afforded by RePub and the online EUR catalogue, the publications can also be found via national catalogues and services such as the NCC, Picarta and the Narcis (KNAW) portal.
Authoritative. The internet is massive, distributed network. Publications will be here, there and everywhere. EUR staff can use RePub to publish authoritative versions of their work. Upload publications to international repositories like RePEc or SSRN, etc. Linking publications to versions by commercial publishers, etc. RePub staff is at the distance of a phone-call or email.