The Author Dashboard allows for users to see all of the metrics associated with their works in DigitalCommons@ONU. The dashboard can be used to generate, save, and share usage reports, filter statistics by time or specific works, and view a readership map of where their works have been downloaded across the globe. Use the link below to access your account:
Current Ohio Northern University students may only submit works to DigitalCommons@ONU after first discussing with the professor or course instructor of the class for which their work was created for.
If the professor/instructor agrees to allow the work to be submitted to the repository, the student and professor/instructor will next need to contact an ONU librarian to request the work be added. Undergraduate students should contact their personal librarian at Heterick Memorial Library, and Law students should contact a law librarian at Taggart Law Library. Alternatively, any student can make the submission request by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you've done that, the library will get started on setting up a collection for you to submit your work to. Depending on the depth of the work being submitted, a librarian may reach out for further clarification. Once the work has been submitted, a librarian will contact the student and professor/instructor to inform them when the work has been officially posted to DigitalCommons@ONU.
When submitting works to be added to DigitalCommons@ONU, please remember these general rules: