Author FAQ for Digital Scholarship@UNLV
How do I revise or remove a submission?
If a submission of your scholarship needs to be revised or removed, please email email@example.com.
How can I submit a multi-part file, such as multiple chapters for a book?
Can I post related files (sound clips, data sets, etc.) alongside the published article?
Can I post a reprint from a journal?
It depends on what the journal allows, which is usually specified in their agreement with the author. Digital Scholarship@UNLV staff are happy to provide copyright research to find out which articles we are allowed to post.
A working paper in our repository site has been published in a slightly revised form in a journal. What should I do?
Many journals do not have any restrictions on working papers that preceded an article, especially if substantial revisions were made. You should check your author agreement with the journal to confirm that there is no problem with leaving the working paper on the site. The repository would constitute noncommercial use. Assuming the working paper does remain posted in the repository, it is a good idea to include the citation to the published article on the cover page of the repository working paper.
What types of content can be deposited in Digital Scholarship@UNLV?
- Journal articles
- Conference papers and presentations
- Supplementary materials (audio, video, images, etc.)
- Electronic theses and dissertations
- Technical reports
Who can deposit items in Digital Scholarship@UNLV?
Current faculty, staff, and students of UNLV. To have student work accepted for deposit in Digital Scholarship@UNLV it must meet one of the following criteria:
- Has been published
- Is associated with a specific campus event that has been accepted for deposit
- Is a thesis or dissertation that has gone through ProQuest
- Is a professional paper that has been submitted by a specific college or department.