To begin uploading your work to DigitalCommons@ONU, you’ll first need to contact your professor/instructor for the class in which the work was completed about whether it can be uploaded to the repository.
If the work is eligible for submission to the repository, you and your professor will next need to contact a librarian to discuss setting up a collection for your work. Undergraduate students should contact your personal librarian, law students should contact a law librarian, and any student can email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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 you're submitting, your personal librarian or the repository administrator may reach out to you with some questions.
After the necessary structure is established, you can begin submitting your works to DigitalCommons@ONU!
When submitting works to DigitalCommons@ONU, remember these general rules: