Preserve & archive

U of A researcher working in the field

To ensure your research findings and scholarship are accessible over the long term, work with us to learn how you can preserve and archive your assets.

Archive geospatial data

Preserve your unique geospatial datasets in our archive and share them with the world through our Spatial Data Explorer. Contact Kiri Carini, geospatial specialist, to learn more.

Submit your research to the campus repository

The UA Campus Repository provides a long-term home for publications, presentations, supplemental data, and other scholarly materials.

Learn how to deposit content in the repository or contact Kimberly Chapman, director of campus repository services. 

Ensure reproducibility

Ensuring the reusability and longevity of your digital files requires effective data management and sharing best practices. We can help you move your research to being fully Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable (FAIR).  See our Data publishing and reproducibility webpage and consult with Fernando Rios , research data management specialist, and Chris Kollen, data curation librarian.

Preserve your digital assets

Digital preservation ensures sustainable and appropriate access to distinctive collections under the Libraries' stewardship and the digital outputs of University of Arizona (UA) scholarship and research. To learn more, contact Megan Senseney.