Welcome to AUA Digital Repository

The AUA Digital Repository is an open source platform for the collection and preservation of scholarly and creative digital content produced by AUA's faculty, students and staff. It aims to promote personal and professional development through the exploration of AUA generated materials, as well as promote intellectual freedom and access to information within the local community and worldwide. Digital content includes: Master's theses, working papers, course materials, audio and video materials, images, books, chapters, journal articles, publications based at AUA, departmental newsletters, conference materials, presentations, AUA administrative documents, and more.

How to submit your work

Click on Login button and then type your AUA e-mail user name and password, do not use @ sign. Under My Account, which is from the right, click on Submissions link. Under Submissions and Workflow Tasks click on the start a new submission and from the drop down menu select the collection name accordingly. Students should choose the name of their department, and the faculty the name of the school. After selecting the corresponding name of the collection, click on next, fill in all the information, and then upload your document. Your document should be in Word format. After you submit your work, the collection administrator will revise it and then it will be available on line.

If you have questions please contact us or call us 060 612-766


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