This following page outlines the various submission processes for AIRR | ANZCA Institutional Research Repository.CURRENTLY BETA-TESTING.
Content to be included in AIRR:
A complete copy of the selection criteria framework can be found here:
Submission workflow overview
Before submitting documents to AIRR, it is first necessary to register a user submission profile.
Steps 1 & 2 below may be completed by the person to be registered, or a library staff member:
This will automatically generate an email from the Library to the email address nominated above - the email’s subject will be AIRR Account Registration:
Note:If you have completed steps 1 & 2 above on behalf of another user, please advise that user to check their emails and advise them to follow steps 3-6 below.
Note: Steps 3-6 must be completed by the person to be registered:
Note: Please allow 3 working days for library staff to authorise your account to submit to AIRR.
Once authorised, you will receive an email notification:
Once registered, the user can log into AIRR:
Before submitting a new item:
Submit new item:
It is possible to create an author profile in AIRR, which can be linked to the ANZCA/FPM Authors/Editors field on the item submission form (see above).
Before submitting a new author profile:
Submit new author profile:
Note: If you see an error: You are not authorized to submit to any collections, please contact ANZCA Library and request permission to submit items to AIRR.
Please Note: Your submission will not immediately appear in the ANZCA Author profiles collection. Your submission will go through a review process, where it will need to be approved by an editor of the designated collection. Please allow 3 working days for this process to be completed. You will receive email notification when your submission has been approved (Subject = AIRR: Submission Approved and Archived), or if there is a problem with your submission.
It is also possible to check on the status of your submission by going to My DSpace > Submissions in Workflow Process.
It is also possible to submit your research item or author profile via the Library.
Note: Please allow 5-10 working for your submission to be added to AIRR.
Once approved, item records and author profiles can only edited by AIRR administrators.
To update an existing record:
Keywords/subjects can be used to describe the subject ofitems (eg. articles, book chapters, presentations) as well as thekey research interests of author profiles. The ANZCAFoundation has developed a list of relevant keywords that can guide the selection of the relevant keywords.
Alternatively medical subject headings can be located withMeSH on Demand.
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