CRO - CSU Research Output is an open access digital archive, also called an institutional repository. CRO includes CSU scholarship and research output of various types, including refereed journal articles, conference papers, books, chapters, and creative works. The aim of CRO is to collect and make available to the world the research output produced by CSU. Information returned to DIISR for the annual HERDC collection will be submitted to CRO, including prepublication versions of each publication - this will form the bulk of the content and will ensure that current CSU research is available to the world. When full text of articles cannot be loaded into CRO for copyright reasons the bibliographic citation will be loaded. Academic and research staff can self archive their research output into CRO. This allows research to be located through search engines and for copyright compliant links to full text articles attached to references in staff web pages. See the Policy for CSU's Institutional Repository. CRO provides a stable and sustainable storage environment for digital versions of research output.