OpenAIR@RGU – monthly update (no.38 – February 2020)

Welcome to the latest update on RGU’s open access institutional repository, OpenAIR. If you have any suggestions for things that you would like to see in these monthly updates, or if you have any questions about the repository service, please get in touch with the Publications Team.


We are currently offering one-to-one sessions for researchers on how to capture outputs on Worktribe. If you are interested in having one of these sessions and have not yet heard from us, please e-mail the team to arrange an appointment.


OpenAIR currently contains 3704 outputs. Some examples of recent additions to the repository include the following:

  • = IRONSIDE, R. 2019. ‘Seeing’ ghosts: referential practice and experiencing uncanny events together. Presented at the 2019 International Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis conference (IIEMCA 19): practices, 2-5 July 2019, Mannheim, Germany.

Each School is currently linked to the following number of outputs on OpenAIR:

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Aberdeen Business School – 559
Gray’s School of Art – 247
Law School – 168
School of Applied Social Studies – 136
School of Computing and Digital Media – 481
School of Creative and Cultural Business – 452
School of Engineering – 530
School of Health Sciences – 170
School of Nursing and Midwifery – 253
School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences – 576
Scott Sutherland School of Architecture and Built Environment – 262
Other departments – 21


Last month, in January, there were a total of 4587 downloads from OpenAIR. The most-downloaded items were:

The above data were gathered on 26.02.2020.

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