OpenAIR@RGU – monthly update (no.33 – September 2019)

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Welcome to the thirty-third monthly update on OpenAIR@RGU – RGU’s open access institutional repository. Please direct any queries to the team at

Service Update

We migrated our legacy data into Worktribe over the summer, but we are still working to fix lots of inaccuracies and errors that have appeared in our records during the migration. If you spot any problems when using Worktribe or OpenAIR, please let us know and we’ll fix them as quickly as possible.

Later this year, we will begin running training sessions for researchers on how to use the Outputs module in Worktribe. This training will cover searching for existing outputs as well as adding new ones. Please note: you will need to have attended a “Getting Started with Worktribe” basic training session first, in order to be given access to the system. Contact the RAMP team ( to arrange your basic training.


The repository currently contains 3,571 links between Schools and outputs (some records are linked to multiple Schools and therefore included in this figure more than once). Some examples of recent additions to the repository include the following outputs:

Each School currently has the following number of records on OpenAIR:

Chart displaying numbers of research outputs on OpenAIR for each School.


Unfortunately, we are unable to provide reliable download statistics at the moment. This is due to technical issues that arose during the migration to Worktribe. We hope to be able to provide this information again soon.

The above data were correct at the time of writing (25.09.2019).

Kluwer Arbitration – now available!

RGU students and staff can now access Kluwer Arbitration: a database for those interested in international arbitration/legal dispute resolution.

To access, follow this link and sign in using your RGU account details:

For help getting to grips with the new resource, you can select ‘Training Videos’ at the top of the Kluwer Arbitration homepage.

If you encounter any issues, please contact the library.

AJ and AJ Buildings Library Access Problems Resolved

We are pleased to report that the access problems for the AJ and AJ Buildings Library reported earlier today have now been fixed.

If you would like to access the AJ please follow the link from LibrarySearch. First time users please register with your email address, and create a password. Your own user id and password can be used thereafter.

If you would like to access the AJ Buildings Library please contact the library ( for the username and password,  follow the link from the database list, click sign in and enter the details to get access.