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KORA

In this guide

You will find answers to most KORA questions on the KORA website itself, under these categories:


 

For further information, or to suggest improvements to this guide, please contact the KORA team at

kora@kpu.ca

or Karen Meijer-Kline
(604) 599-2978

About KORA: Kwantlen Open Resource Access

KORA is Kwantlen Polytechnic University's institutional repository for collecting, preserving, and providing online access to scholarly and creative materials created by the Kwantlen community, as well as important documents related to the university's history.

Content is openly available to anyone on the web. You will find articles, working papers, honours theses, conference papers, videorecordings, and more within the repository.

The goals of KORA are to:

  • Enhance the visibility and reach of Kwantlen's scholarship
  • Provide free, open and timely access to KPU scholarship
  • Preserve and provide long-term access to this digital content
  • Encourage scholarly collaboration within KPU and with others
  • Capture examples of KPU's community engagement

KORA is managed by the Kwantlen Library in collaboration with the Office of Research & Scholarship and with guidance from the Senate Standing Committee on the University Library.

For more information, please contact Karen Meijer-Kline in the KPU Library (604-599-2978).

KORA has launched!

KORA was launched on Friday, November 7th, 2014, at the 4th Annual Sociology and Criminology Undergraduate Student Conference.