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Working hours

  • Monday - Thursday: 8am - 8pm
  • Friday: 8am - 3pm

Location

Ground floor of the Faculty of Economics in Osijek, Trg Ljudevita Gaja 7

e-mail: knjiznica@efos.hr

Telephone for patrons: 031 224-478

Library leader

Jasminka Mihaljević, M.Sc.
Telephone: 031 224-428

EFOS REPOSITORY

WHAT IS DIGITAL REPOSITORY?

A digital repository is a collection that collects and permanently stores the results of a scientific-research, intellectual and creative work of a particular institution (institution) or works of the same scientific topic (thematic). In this way, the digital repository increases the visibility and quotation of the works themselves, contributes to the transparency of the institution that initiated the repository and encourages and accelerates the sharing of information in the scientific and academic community. By storing in the digital repository, the works are permanently protected against loss.

 

EFOS REPOSITORY

The repository of the Faculty of Economics in Osijek stores precious and graduate theses (doctoral dissertations), and aims to store other scientific papers, editions of the Faculty of Economics in electronic form, authors who transfer rights and other digital editions as required by the faculty.

The repository can be accessed via the Internet address: https://repozitorij.efos.hr/, and the repository itself by logging into the system using the AAI @ EduHr user account.

This digital repository is created within the Digital Academic Archives and Repository Dabar system that enables institutions from the science and higher education system to bring together the fruits of their digital work in one place, keep them in the long run and use them without having to think about technological issues related to the establishment and maintenance of repositories. A large amount of material that is generated by its work, whether it is originally digital or digitized, can be stored by the institution in its digital, institutional repository, thus ensuring a simple organization and searchability of the material.