BEARdocs Stores Research Documents

Baylor Electronically Accessible Research Documents (BEARdocs) is now available at With the introduction of this service, Baylor joins hundreds of academic institutions now using institution repositories to store and organize digital scholarly output of instructors, students, scholars and researchers.

An institutional repository stores a research institution’s digital scholarly output in appropriate electronic formats. The concept of institutional repository also implies long-term preservation of and access to the digital content, which is defined by each institution, but can include conference papers, preprints, postprints, technical reports, white papers, working papers, images and more.

Take a look at BEARdocs and see how you might make use of this system for your own research. For more information, contact Billie Peterson-Lugo or at ext. 2344.

Billie Peterson-Lugo
Electronic Library