Tennessee Research and Creative Exchange (TRACE) is UT’s institutional open-access repository. It is a publicly-accessible archive of research and creative work done by the UT and UTIA communities.
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 publication agreements with journal publishers. It includes journal articles, technical reports, data sets, theses and dissertations, conference papers and presentations, book chapters, and other works.
- Submission Guide
- Community Manager Guide (links to Digital Commons help pages)
- Community Manager Submission Approval Guide
- HTML and Coding Tips
- Thesis/Dissertation Resources
- List of Hosted Journals
- Journal Proposal Form
- Journal Set-Up
- Journal Editor Guide (links to Digital Commons help pages)
- Conference Set-Up and Conference Editor Guide
- About Public, Open Access to Research
- Open Access Publishing versus Open Access Archiving
- TRACE Guidelines
- TRACE Priorities
- Policies and Copyright
TRACE – email@example.com
For further information on a particular topic, you may contact the appropriate librarian liaison from the following page: Subject Liaison Librarian
Trace Contributors (Faculty & Researchers)
Departmental or Community Managers
- Collection Proposal Form (When complete, send to firstname.lastname@example.org)
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