Submitting Your Work to the FHSU Scholars Repository
There are two methods for submitting work to the FHSU Scholars Repository: CV analysis and individual work submission. The CV analysis process identifies multiple works within a faculty CV that are eligible for deposit, while the individual work submission process allows faculty to choose individual works to submit on their own.
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Submit a Work
Submit Research Data
Some grants require that you make available your research data. The FHSU Schoalrs Repository can help you meet this requirement by providing a permanent home for your data, digital preservation services, and provide you with a DOI for your data.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can a work be removed from the FHSU Scholars Repository?
A: No. The FHSU Scholars Repository is designed to be a permanent home for scholarly works created by FHSU faculty. The only exception to this policy is if the deposited work is found to be in violation of the author agreement or if a publisher issues a formal takedown notice for copyright infringement.
Q: Can I deposit works I created at other institutions?
A: Yes. However, if the work already exists in another institutional repository hosted by Digital Commons, the Scholars Repository will not duplicate that work.
Q: What happens to my works if I leave FHSU?
A: Your work will stay in the FHSU Scholars Repository but you are free to continue sharing it.
Q: Where do I find information on SelectedWorks?
A: You can access the SelectedWorks guide through the left-hand navigation pane or by clicking this link.
Who is eligible to submit to the FHSU Scholars Repository?
Any currently active FHSU Faculty member can submit their scholarly works to the FHSU Scholars Repository.
What can be deposited?
Any scholarly publication where the faculty member is an author and where the publisher permits archiving in an institutional repository. This can include:
How does the FHSU Scholars Repository determine which works are eligible for deposit?
When you submit your CV to FHSU Scholar Services we go through a standardized process to identify eligible works:
What is a pre-print?
Scholarly works go through a number of stages during the publication process. Every publisher has different requirements as to what can be posted to an institutional repository and when. More often than not, publishers do not allow posting of the final version. They will however allow earlier versions, depending on the circumstances. Some terms to know include:
Pre-Print: This is the original version of the article before it goes through the peer-review process. This is the most common version that is allowed to be posted in an institutional repository. If your publisher allows it, we will contact you for this version so that we can post it.
Accepted Version: This is the version of the article that has been revised as part of the peer-review process but before it has undergone final publisher formatting for publication.
Publisher's Version: This is the final published version of the article as it appears in the publication.
How do I find out more about the publishing process?
The following links can help authors who wish to publish their works in an open environment.
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Share Your Scholarly News!
Faculty who have recently published a scholarly article or book, or showcased creative works can submit the Scholarly News Form to be recognized for your exciting accomplishment. Your news will be shared on social media, featured in the Scholarship Spotlight slideshow in the library and online, and recognized in an annual press release and event celebrating faculty scholarship.