What are the benefits to submitting materials to the institutional repository?
What is the difference between DigitalCommons@ONU and other repository websites?
What kinds of materials can be added?
The following is a listing of examples of works, but is not all-inclusive:
Please contact email@example.com for further information about what can be added.
How can I have my materials added?
Adding materials is simple! Just contact firstname.lastname@example.org and a librarian will assist with digitizing, getting permissions if necessary, and uploading your work.
Can I withdraw my item from the repository?
DigitalCommons@ONU is designed to provide long-term persistent access to items deposited in the repository. However, there may be occasions where it will be necessary to remove an item. Please contact email@example.com to request the removal of items.
Can I update or revise a submission?
Who owns the copyright to the materials in DigitalCommons@ONU?
Copyright belongs to the author of the work submitted unless they have transferred those rights. The institutional repository retains only a non-exclusionary right to display and preserve the work. Some publishing agreements do allow for a copy of your final work to be displayed in your institution’s repository. Works in the repository are protected by United States copyright laws.