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The Open Publications of UTS Scholars (OPUS) is an open access digital repository that showcases UTS research excellence to a world-wide audience. OPUS collects, preserves, indexes, and disseminates the research outputs of UTS staff and postgraduate students, providing free global access to the full-text of works where possible, thereby enlarging the audience and impact of your work.

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Deposit your work by claiming and uploading your publications via Symplectic Elements, the UTS research outputs management system. For details: https://opus.lib.uts.edu.au/help/deposit.

Some of the collection is listed as 'Closed Access' where it could be undergoing copyright review or under embargo. Contact the Library if you would like assistance in getting access https://www.lib.uts.edu.au/help/ask-librarian.

Yes. The SPARC open access group monitors studies tracking the citation advantage of open access articles and has found that out of 70 open access studies, 46 found a citation advantage for articles available via open access. To see more visit https://sparceurope.org/what-we-do/open-access/sparc-europe-open-access-resources/open-access-citation-advantage-service-oaca/

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RES Hub acknowledges and pays respect to the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, the Boorooberongal people of the Dharug Nation, the Bidiagal people and the Gamaygal people, upon whose ancestral lands where UTS now stands.

We pay respect to their Elders; past, present, emerging and future as the traditional custodians of Country and knowledge for this land. We recognise their continued connection to the land and waters and the continuation of their cultural, spiritual, and educational practices. We extend this respect to all Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples who visit RES Hub.

As a place for the UTS community to connect and collaborate, RES Hub acknowledges the long-standing traditional practices of these communities in gathering to share experience, knowledge, and history. RES Hub acknowledges that sovereignty was never ceded. This is and always will be Aboriginal Land.