Tennessee Research and Creative Exchange (TRACE) is UT’s institutional open-access repository. TRACE is a publicly-accessible archive of research and creative work done by UT scholars and researchers.
Created and maintained by the UT Libraries, TRACE gives UT researchers a legal means to make their publications openly available to the public, in keeping with the terms of their agreements with publishers. TRACE houses a variety of materials, including journal articles, technical reports, datasets, theses and dissertations, conference papers and presentations, book chapters, and other works.
TRACE User Guides
- Submission Guide: How to submit your work to TRACE
- Collection Manager Guide
- Thesis/Dissertation Resources
- HTML and Coding Tips (Special Characters, bold, italics, etc)
- UT Libraries Data Services Guide
- TRACE Datasets
- Contact UT’s Data Curation Librarian to begin the process
V.O.L. Journal Support
- Journal Editor Guide
- New Journal Proposal Form
- DOI Support
- List of Volunteer, Open-Access, Library-Hosted (V.O.L.) Journals
If you have questions or would like further information on a particular topic, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or reach out to your appropriate subject liaison librarian.
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