WRAP - Warwick Research Archive Portal
- Open Access?
- Benefits of depositing your work to WRAP
- What can you submit to WRAP?
- How do you submit to WRAP?
- Want more information?
Warwick Research Archive Portal (WRAP) is the University of Warwick’s institutional repository. The concept of an institutional repository is part of a growing change in the model of scholarly communications and from the Open Access movement; they house and preserve the research outputs and support the community of a single institution. As much as possible all the content in WRAP is full text and openly available online.
Open Access means research is accessible online, at no charge, as soon after publication as possible to promote exchange of ideas and information. Also, many research funders require the research they have funded to be made available openly. Institutional repositories are one way for authors to comply. More information about open access can be found here.
- High visibily - include your work in one of the Top Ten UK repositories
- Professional quality metadata (catalogue records) to describe your work
- Indexed by Google to raise your academic profile
- Rigorous checking of copyright policy by a dedicated team
- Provides you with a persistent URL link. Also links out to the final published version using the digital object identifier (DOI) where possible
- Long term, secure preservation of your work linking to other institutional systems and processes
- More information on the benefits of submitting to WRAP can be found here
We accept a wide range of research outputs including; journal articles, PhD Theses, conference proceedings, reports, datasets, multimedia items and book chapters.
- Directly into WRAP using your Warwick Username and Password
- Through the deposit form using your Warwick Username and Password