The mission of the oURspace digital repository is to share and preserve the scholarly, creative, and cultural work produced at the University of Regina.

oURspace provides U of R researchers with a free and secure option to deposit their research publications in an open access repository to meet funding agency requirements for open access. It also contains Theses and Dissertations from 2010 to present, documents from past projects such as the Indian History Film Project, all textbooks produced by the Open Textbook Program, and documents produced by many University departments.

oURspace is indexed by academic search engines such as Google Scholar and it is designed for long-term access to digital files. Publications in oURspace can also be assigned a digital object identifier (DOI) upon request.

If you are interested in sharing your work more broadly or you want to archive some of your past work, please email us at or use our submission form.

  • Meanings of therapeutic recreation: Professionals' perspectives 

    Genoe, M. Rebecca; Cripps, Doug; Park, Kathy; Ostryzniuk, Linda; Nelson, Sherri; Boser, Donna (Taylor & Francis, 2021-01)
    Debate regarding definitions and philosophies of therapeutic recreation (TR) is ongoing. Those who favour the recreational therapy approach view leisure as a modality to improved health, whereas those who ascribe to the ...
  • Breastfeeding Challenges of Immigrant Women in the Workforce 

    Hirani, Shela (Faculty of Nursing, 2022-08-28)
    This video presents the breastfeeding challenges of immigrant mothers who combine breastfeeding with employment.
  • Archer Library Annual Report 2021-22 

    University of Regina Library (University of Regina Library, 2022-09-26)
    Libraries endure. This simple statement was proven over and over again throughout the past year. As the university switched between teaching modalities and managed fluctuating on-campus student and faculty numbers, the ...
  • Feature Story: The sky’s the limit 

    University Advancement & Communications, University of Regina (University Advancement & Communications, University of Regina, 2021-12-23)
    Meet one extraordinary alumnae. Natsha Jaques earned Arts and Computer Science degrees from the University of Regina in 2012. She recalls her time at the University of Regina fondly.
  • Feature Story: Introducing the new U of R website! 

    University Advancement & Communications, University of Regina (University Advancement & Communications, University of Regina, 2021-12-23)
    The University of Regina is heading into the new year with a brand new website! The new and improved is mobile-friendly, faster, easier to use, and refreshed with a new look and feel. If you’re ...

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