University Library Repository Workshop

Making your research globally accessible
You work hard to produce quality scholarship on Southeast Asia, but can you be sure other researchers can access your work? Join the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre for a special Sydney eScholarship (SeS) workshop to help you collect and connect your research.

Who: Higher Degree by Research students and academics with interests in Southeast Asia who are currently employed at or affiliated with the University of Sydney 
When: Wednesday 23 March 2022, from 15:00-16:30 (AEDT)
Where: Online via Zoom

The SeS is an open access institutional repository that enables you to make your published articles available, as well as publish datasets or research reports and get digital object identifiers (DOIs) for these outputs. As an author, there are many benefits to be gained from submitting your work to SeS: 

  • Share your research with a global audience
  • Increase the visibility of and access to your research through LibrarySearch and search engines such as Google and Trove
  • Satisfy the open access requirements of funding bodies including the ARC and NHMRC
  • Get a persistent identifier for your research. Each submission gets a Handle and a DOI can be assigned on request provided requirements are met
  • Get statistical reports (downloads, page views) for your research

This online workshop will take you through some of the benefits of making your work available on the repository. Library staff will be available during the workshop to provide targeted support and assistance on the process of uploading your work. Please note that attendance is strictly limited to academics and higher degree by research students at the University of Sydney.

Please note that library staff will be available after the end of the presentation to help with uploading your works to the University library repository. If you wish to upload a work, please have a copy of the author accepted version of your manuscript or a research report ready to use.


To be eligible for this workshop, applicants must be:

  • a SSEAC member (free to join)
  • an academic or HDR student affiliated with or employed at the University of Sydney
  • conducting research on any of the countries within Southeast Asia (Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Vietnam), or Southeast Asia as a region

Applications are now closed.