Q. What is DR-NTU?

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DR-NTU stands for Digital Repository - NTU. It is the University’s institutional repository, which captures, stores, and preserves the journal articles, conference papers, theses and dissertations of NTU staff and students.

DR-NTU has two digital repositories. DR-NTU (Open Access) and DR-NTU (Restricted Access).

You can find published works written by NTU scholars such as journal articles, conference papers, book chapters and theses (PhD and Masters by Research only) in DR-NTU (Open Access).

You can find unpublished works written by NTU students and scholars such as theses (Masters by Coursework Programmes), final year project reports and research reports in DR-NTU (Restricted Access). The full-text of these works are only accessible to NTU staff and students.

  • Last Updated Mar 29, 2019
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