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Introducing WRAP, the University of Warwick's institutional repository

This is an informal session allowing participants to turn up at any time to ask questions and will cover a variety of topics about our repository and the general implications of open access publishing.

Who is it for?

All researchers and PhD students.


WRAP is online at: and it exists to showcase and preserve journal articles and PhD theses. Content is held in full text and made available on open access, meeting RCUK funder mandates and raising authors’ research profiles.

In this session you will see WRAP demonstrated and some interesting statistics about visitors to WRAP.

Complex issues like copyright agreements and journal article versions will be covered. You will learn about scholarly communications on the Web and research impact measurements, and how a repository like WRAP helps Warwick’s authors.

What will I get out of this?

By the end of the session you will have gained an understanding of what an institutional repository is and the role it can play within a University. You will understand what WRAP is specifically aiming to achieve, how it works and about the broader context within which it sits.

Led by Jenny Delasalle, eRepositories Manager, Warwick Library.

Contact Donna Carroll or ext. 23251, Warwick Library.

Where & when? 

Wednesday 20th January,
Drop in between 12.00 and 2.00pm,
The Wolfson Research Exchange, Main Library

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