About This Site
RMIT Research Repository provides free, searchable access to RMIT University research publications. The aim of the repository is to increase the exposure and impact of the research output of RMIT University staff by gathering it together and making it available to the world.
The Repository contains both detailed records and the electronic full text of peer-reviewed published articles and conference papers, books and book chapters, as well as other forms of research produced by RMIT staff.
Benefits of the Repository include:
- enabling harvest of the records by major search engines such as Google.
- increasing the impact and citation rates of RMIT's research publications.
- facilitating collaboration between researchers through easy exchange of information.
- preserving RMIT's research output for the future.
The RMIT Research Repository uses Fez software and this is current as of 29-Jun-2012.