QUT ePrints is an online collection of research outputs produced by QUT staff and postgraduate students. It's purpose is to aggregate and disseminate the intellectual output the institution.
The collection contains a range of research outputs including journal articles, conference contributions, working papers and higher degree theses and dissertations. Most records include a link to the published version and/or an open access full-text file. This ensures the widest possible dissemination and impact the research outputs and contributes to the growing body of research literature that is now freely available online. Find out more about QUT ePrints open access policy.
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- Browse QUT ePrints. You can browse the collection by author, year, publication type and series name.
Readers and reproduction rights
Except where additional re-use rights are specified via the application of a Creative Commons Licence, readers may print and save electronic copies of whole papers for personal use. As with printed books and journals, attribution of authorship is essential. Any excerpts, quotations or paraphrasing should be fully referenced. The text may not be disseminated or published (in print or electronic form) without permission of the copyright owner.
QUT ePrints is running on GNU EPrints software. Anyone can access the metadata free of charge. The metadata can be harvested (via https://eprints.qut.edu.au/secure/cgi/oai2) for purposes related to the discovery or analysis of the repository's contents. The metadata may be re-used in any medium without prior permission for not-for-profit purposes.
Queensland University of Technology has a commitment to retain items indefinitely in QUT ePrints. However, the continuing existence of the repository cannot be guaranteed.
If you are an author, creator or copyright owner and you believe that a work that is currently available via QUT ePrints should not be in open access, please send details to email@example.com. The QUT Copyright Officer will review all takedown requests. If there is prima facie evidence of copyright violation then the research paper/work in question will immediately be removed from public view.
QUT ePrints is managed in accordance with the QUT Intellectual Property Policy and Australian Copyright Law. All reasonable care is taken to avoid copyright infringements. Formal notifications in relation to copyright infringements on the QUT network should be directed to the university's designated representative in writing.
Copyright and QUT Theses
The QUT Intellectual Property Policy states that higher degree research students own the intellectual property and retain copyright in their thesis. Students grant QUT a perpetual, worldwide, royalty-free, non-exclusive licence to communicate their submitted thesis via QUT ePrints. For more information, see QUT Copyright Guide: Publishing.
What should you do if you discover that your work on QUT ePrints has been plagiarised? QUT Copyright Guide: Managing plagiarism outlines steps to take in response to plagiarism of your thesis.