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Yeshiva Academic Institutional Repository: User's Guide: Home

How-to guide for both faculty and students concerning content, author's rights and file format.

YAIR (Yeshiva Academic Institutional Repository, ISSN: 2766-1016), is an institutional repository maintained by the Yeshiva University Library for the YU community. The repository is accessible online at The repository showcases faculty, staff and student scholarship and research, as well as other works related to the University and its community.

Current faculty, staff, and students of Yeshiva University can use YAIR Self-Deposit to deposit research materials in any digital format, including: articles, monographs, theses and dissertations, working papers, technical reports, conference papers and presentations, datasets, software code, images, video, and other multimedia creations.

Institutional Repositories

Librarian, Scholarly Communication

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Stephanie Gross
Electronic Reserves & Scholarly Communication
Yeshiva University Libraries
500 W. 185th Street
New York NY 10033 USA
Website Skype Contact: stephanie.l.gross


*Credit: This guide is based on the work of Annamarie Klose Hrubes, Metadata Initiatives Librarian at The Ohio State University.