MBZUAI eCommons is a non-commercial repository and supports the preservation and discovery of MBZUAI-affiliated content. The repository administrators will endeavor to post an open access version of a document when available. Please note that some material may only be available to current faculty, staff, and students, and as instructed by the authors.
Content deposited is digital and must be:
Various file formats and sizes are accepted and as managed by the repository platform.
Examples of content include the following:
MBZUAI authors may submit work in the repository using the submission link or permit MBZUAI Library to do this on their behalf.
Submissions meeting all conditions, and with any required approvals, will be made public by MBZUAI Library.
Considerations for submission include the following:
More information on author copyright guidelines can be found on the Open Access Publishing guide.
Students are required to submit an electronic copy of their final and approved graduate thesis for deposit in the MBZUAI eCommons repository.
For more information on submission guidelines please refer to the MBZUAI Graduate Thesis Guide
Students interested in submitting authored open access research, may do so with the endorsement of faculty.
MBZUAI eCommons is established as a permanent repository but requests for withdrawal of content may be considered. Reasons for withdrawal include factual inaccuracy, plagiarism, or potential copyright infringement.
Authors may submit updated versions of a previously posted paper. The original material will continue to be hosted to support any previous use of the content, but records will reflect the availability of other versions.