Frequently Asked Questions

How is persistent access provided for works in the SPR?

All content in the Scholarly Publications Repository (SPR) is linked by persistent, citable URIs. These URIs serve as web addresses, and are commonly referred to as 'handles'. These handles prevent broken links to documents and files, ensuring that researchers will continue to have access to SPR content over time. Please note that links to content referenced outside the repository cannot be guaranteed.

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