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Collection of research outputs: Home

What's new?

  • From 2015, the Collection of Research Outputs has transferred from Research and Innovation Services to the Library.
  • The Library is responsible for collecting and storing all forms of outputs in the Research Outputs Repository, our institutional repository.
  • The ERA and HERDC submissions will continue to be produced by Business Intelligence and Planning.

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Do you have an ORCID?

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ORCID is the Open Researcher and Contributor ID. Using ORCID, you can register online for a unique author identifier, show all your publications, and link your profile through to your profiles on ResearcherID, and Scopus Author ID.

Some journals now require you to submit your ORCID as part of the process when submitting articles for publication.

UniSA staff can create an ORCiD ID via UniSA, follow the prompts at the UniSA ORCiD ID registration page.  The process takes about one minute  and you can edit your profile at any time to add your keywords, and links to other websites. Functionality to automatically update the 'work's section of your ORCiD with your publications will be enabled soon.


Welcome to the Collection of Research Outputs Guide



Watch the short video to see how easy the online submission system for the Collection of Research Outputs is! Then see how the records appear in the Research Outputs Repository, UniSA's institutional repository.

CRO Statistics - the story so far

Research Quick Guides

View the Research Quick Guides to see how to submit your research outputs, learn more about accepted manuscripts, and how to run reports

Submitting non-traditional research outputs

Read the Non-traditional Research Output (NTRO) Submission Guidelines for information about output types, and particularly the section about research statements, before submitting your NTRO.

Non-traditional Research Output (NTRO) Submission Guidelines

Contact the Team

For further information please contact the Discovery Services team:

Email: Research Outputs Repository

Ph: x25119

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Collection of Research Outputs

CRO Worlds [Courtesy of UniSA Library]