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UQ eSpace: manage your research outputs and datasets

Everything you need to know about using UQ eSpace to keep your research output and research data profile up to date

My works

On this page you can:

  • View a full list of your works in UQ eSpace. You should periodically review this list to ensure that it is complete and accurate. 
    Please note: The system automatically links new works to your profile based on institutional affiliations and researcher identifiers that are linked to your UQ eSpace profile via your curated ORCID.  Linked identifiers include your ORCID ID, ResearcherID, and Scopus ID.
  • View publication metrics including citation counts and altmetric score. When available, "View full statistics" links to more detailed citation analysis of the work.
  • Verify your open access (OA) works via an orange OA icon for currently open access items and a greyed-out icon for works with an embargo. The open access release date is viewable by hovering over the grey icon and viewing the pop-up content.
  • Select a REQUEST CORRECTION button that enables you submit corrections, upload files and add an optional content indicator.

  • Click on the title of the work to view full record details.

List your open access works

  • Click on the Open access status filter, then click on the Show only open access records link to create a full list of your open access works in UQ eSpace.

  • Hover over a grey OA icon to see the embargo expiry date for an uploaded file

Request correction, upload a file or add an optional content indicator

Clicking on the REQUEST CORRECTION button presents 2 options:

  1. I am the author/editor/contributor of this work - I would like to add information, make a correction, or upload files 
  2. I am not the author/editor/contributor of this work - I would like this work removed from my profile

For Option 1, follow the prompts to enter a correction, select an optional Content Indicator and/or upload a file.

For Option 2, follow the prompts to remove the record from your profile.

More information on Open Access

Open Access provides more information on:

  • the different versions of open access (Green, Gold and Hybrid)
  • complying with policy and funding mandates
  • article processing charge (APC) options.