Through the program, SQU will archive, review, and contract with data entry specialists as well as monitor the entries to the platform using the DSpace software. Shuaa’s electronic platform was launched concurrently with the signing ceremony. It is considered a central repository for Omani intellectual production.
Shuaa is driven by the engagement of individuals, Omani academic institutions, higher education institutions, and research facilities. Shuaa publishes e-academic research papers through a single e-portal. Currently, over 10,000 full-text scientific resources have been uploaded to the platform. The committee plans to add another 10,000 resources annually, starting in 2022.