The Warwick Research Archive Portal (WRAP) and the University of Warwick Publications service are working together to enhance the impact of research outputs produced by the University of Warwick.
WRAP, is a showcase for the research of the University of Warwick. Items in WRAP are made available on open access, without barriers which raises the accessibility and visibility of our authors' work and support researchers in meeting the needs of their research funders.
The Publications service aims to create a complete record of all research outputs produced by the University; this listing can then be used to feed other internal processes, such as websites, annual review and the REF.
WRAP and the Publication Service
Both increase the global visibility of Warwick’s research outputs as well as creating a single, secure place to store publication information.
WRAP’s unique features include:
- Open Access - Open Access is the idea that research should be made accessible online, at no charge, as soon after publication as possible to promote an accelerated exchange of ideas and information.
- Full text held within the repository is kept at permanent URLs.
- Exposed to indexing by search engines like Google.
The Publications Service serves these additional functions:
- Creates a unique view of the full range of research created by Warwick researchers for potential collaborators, students and investors.
- The Publications service only contains the citation information on each output allowing us to publicise content that cannot be made available for WRAP due to copyright and other restrictions.
The Publications service will accept a wide range of research outputs, including:
- Journal articles
- Conference proceedings
- Multimedia Items
If you would like to deposit details of a type of output not listed here, please get in touch to discuss your deposit with the WRAP team.
WRAP will accept the same range of material, in full text, providing the rights can be verified. When adding your full text to WRAP we are most likely to be able to use the accepted version of the output (after peer-review and before publisher copy editing).
- Directly into wrap.warwick.ac.uk using your Warwick Username and Password. The guide 'How to deposit in the Publications service and WRAP' can be found at useful resources.
- Email us details of your publications to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Through the deposit form using your Warwick Username and Password
- Departments can deposit through a departmental administrator. To do this please contact us to discuss your requirements
Support of Open Access Publishing
The Library also offers services to help support researchers engaging with open access publishing and administer the block grants provided to us by RCUK and the Wellcome Trust. Any publishing researcher, funded by RCUK or the Wellcome Trust, can apply to this fund to cover the cost of the open access article processing charges (APCs) charged by many publishers to publish in this way.
- More information and to apply for funding
- Learn more about open access generally
WRAP: Warwick Research Archive Portal: No conditions. Results ordered -Date Deposited.
Hladký, Jan, Králʼ, Daniel and Norine, Serguei. (2015) Counting flags in triangle-free digraphs. Combinatorica . ISSN 0209-9683 (In Press)
Green, Anne E., 1958- and Livanos, Ilias. (2013) Involuntary non-standard employment and the economic crisis : regional insights from the UK. Regional Studies . pp. 1-13. ISSN 0034-3404 (In Press)
Manoli, Panagiota (2004) The formation of Black Sea Economic Cooperation : a case study of subregionalism. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
17:11, Thu 26 Mar 2015
Carter, Stuart, 1972- (2001) A Plimsoll line for Labour? : the statutory minimum wage question in British politics, 1910-1939. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
16:55, Thu 26 Mar 2015
Central bank agency and monetary governability in the euro area : governing through money, trust, and expectations
Braun, B. (Benjamin) (2014) Central bank agency and monetary governability in the euro area : governing through money, trust, and expectations. PhD thesis, University of Warwick.
16:54, Thu 26 Mar 2015