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Manage your repository outputs and ensure they are visible to the world

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    Access your collection's download statistics and harvesting status

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    Update metadata records with a single button click

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    Manage access to documents from your repository in CORE

The Repository Dashboard is a free service for our data providers. It provides an online interface offering valuable technical information and statistics to content providers. It is the tool you need to check that your repository is configured correctly to provide maximum visibility to your research outputs. The Repository Dashboard has been created in an effort to improve the quality and transparency of the harvesting process of open access content and to create a two way collaboration between the CORE project and our data providers.

Access the dashboard now. To register, send us an email.

If you use CORE in your work, we kindly request you to cite one of our publications.

Here are some of the insitutions using the CORE Repository Dashboard around the world.


  • University of Adelaide
  • University of Canberra


  • University of Liège
  • University of Louvain


  • Utrecth University
  • TU Delft University

United Kingdom

  • Cambridge University
  • University of Leeds
  • University of Sheffield
  • University of York
  • London School of Economics
  • Imperial College London
  • Strathclyde University

United States

  • Columbia University
  • Harvard University

The CORE Repository Dashboard provides an excellent level of feedback and control over what gets harvested, aggregated and exposed. It also provides intelligence on harvesting errors which may need troubleshooting, thereby ensuring optimum repository health for text mining as well as discovery of repository content.

George Macgregor, Institutional Repository Manager, University of StrathclydeGeorge Macgregor

What’s included

Our free membership provides you with:

  • Access to the content harvested from the repository.
  • Enables content management, by requesting metadata updates or managing take down requests.
  • Access to all detected technical issues and suggestions for improving the efficiency of harvesting and the quality of metadata.
  • Statistics regarding the repository content.