Welcome to the USP Electronic Research Repository (USPERR), our digital archive for promoting and disseminating the scholarly output of the University. USPERR allows staff of the University to share research and collaborate with other researchers world-wide. USPERR accepts books, book chapters, journal articles, conference publications, technical reports, working papers, and other recognised scholarly outputs.
USPERR complies with copyright restrictions placed on scholarly outputs, and deposit of work into the Repository does not transfer copyright to the University. The Research Office will check all deposited items to ensure that they adhere to publisher policies as copyright owner or the author who owns the copyright of deposited items. The Manager of the USP repository will assist in determining the copyright conditions of any work to be deposited in the repository.
You are strongly encouraged to submit full text versions of your work (your final peer reviewed draft). This is your own accepted manuscript version and not the publisher-generated pdf version. In the case of non-text items, you are also invited to submit these; however, the Research Office will assess the appropriateness for deposit of such items.
The classification of staff outputs is guided by the Australian Government's 2012 Higher Education Research Data Collection (HERDC) specifications for publications. For more on this, please click here.
Should you have any comments or queries regarding our service, please do not hesitate to contact us.