The Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) initiative gives HEPs the opportunity to submit research outputs which lie outside the traditional HERDC categories. We are now collecting these outputs as part of our QUT Research Collection.
More information about ERA can be found on the ERA at QUT page.
The Creative Works categories span the range of creative works, live performances, exhibitions and recordings. For further information about the categories or to access the coversheets please click on the link below.
The single point of submission of publications is now QUT ePrints and this will flow into ResearchMaster and then into a researcher's RAD profile. Please note that the data in RAD is updated overnight, so any changes to your publication will be reflected the day after they are made in ResearchMaster.
QUT ePrints is the central repository of research outputs created by QUT staff and postgraduate students. Whenever possible, the outputs deposited in QUT ePrints by their creators can be downloaded or viewed online, free of charge. This ensures the widest possible dissemination for the outputs of QUT researchers and contributed to the growing body of research literature that is now freely available online.
At the point when the publication is being deposited into QUT ePrints, it is recommended that the evidence about the publication be compiled into a PDF and uploaded to ePrints at the same time - there is a drop down in the item types for HERDC Evidence. For more information on how to deposit in QUT ePrints contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If for some reason the evidence cannot be supplied at the time of the original ePrints deposit, it needs to be emailed to the Office of Research at email@example.com - we will put it against the ePrints record (please send to us so we can assess it).
Once deposited and processed by the QUT ePrints team, the Office of Research will push the publication into ResearchMaster and will then manage the record as normal - checking evidence, missing material, Author AOUs, etc.).
For further information see
Please contact the Office of Research on ext: 82861 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or require any further information.