K-REx will undergo a system upgrade on Tuesday, February 16.

About K-REx

As the university’s institutional repository, the K-State Research Exchange (K-REx) collects, and preserves the creative and scholarly works of the K-State community. In addition, K-REx houses K-State Libraries digital collections, including historical documents and images from the Morse Department of Special Collections.

Through increased visibility and discoverability, K-REx raises the prestige of K-State’s scholarly output, increases scholarly communication, and provides materials to a global audience.

If you are a member of the K-State community we invite you to deposit your works.

Finding Work by K-State Authors

Use the search box to search by author or keyword, or use the Communities and Collections link to browse by college and department or other campus office. Items in K-REx are also accessible through Google, Google Scholar, and other web search engines.

Deposit Your Work

Faculty can greatly expand the reach of their publications by adding their journal articles and other publications to K-REx. Graduate students are required to submit their theses, dissertations, and reports, and some classes give undergraduates the opportunity to deposit their papers.

Learn more about K-REx

Faculty: Add Your Work to K-Rex

Deposit your journal article, conference paper, or other work in K-REx. Graduate students: Follow these steps to submit your ETDR.

First Name:
Last Name:
K-State email address :
Full citation:
Attach the file:
Which file should I attach?


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  • The item statistics link at the bottom of each record reports use data for that particular item and includes the number of times the item was viewed in K-REx, how often it was downloaded, and country/city data.