What is a university repository:
Space for collecting and archiving scientific works
Why choose a university repository:


The operation of the repository is a confirmation of MU's active approach in the area of ​​Open Access, which it committed to in 2010 by joining the Berlin Declaration on Open Access to Knowledge in Science and the Humanities. Through the repository, MUNI provides immediate and unlimited access to professional information and knowledge that the university has created in the direction of:

  • To the scientific community - increasing readability, citations, impact of works, speed of information exchange and scientific knowledge
  • Society as a whole - dissemination of scientific results to the wider public, ensuring awareness of the university's activities and handling of public funds. Through the repository, MUNI also meets the requirements of the Framework Program for Innovation and
Research EU Horizon 2020 for the publication of scientific works or data, as the dissemination of knowledge in the Open Access mode is one of the basic principles of this program.
What can I put in the repository:
  • employee works school
  • works private
  • professional texts
What I can't put in the repository:
  • qualification theses, i.e.
  • students' final theses (including dissertations)
  • habilitation thesis (existence of special archives)
Books published by MU in OA mode are available at


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