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A quick guide on the institutional repository at Ohio Northern University
Before submitting your works to DigitalCommons@ONU, it’s important to consider these questions before hand:
What is the type of work(s) do you want to submit? Is it a publication, a poster, a citation, or a paper? What are the file types you’ll be submitting?
Who authored the work(s)? When was it created/finished? Do I have the proper permissions from all authors to submit the work(s)?
What copyrights do you want to apply to the work(s) you’re submitting? Do I want users to be able to download the work(s) or just be able to view them? Is there a specific date when users can start downloading the work(s)?
What keywords best fit the work(s)? What words can users search with to find the work(s)? What subjects or disciplines does the work(s) cover?
Students: Have you talked with your professor/instructor about uploading your work(s) to the repository before submitting?