Articles (both published and unpublished), working papers, presentations, poster sessions, approved student work, and archival materials are all types of resources that can be included.
Currently, the Academic Archive houses faculty papers from several programs throughout campus; theses and dissertations from the Community Economic Development, MFA, and International Business programs; the McIninch Gallery, university yearbooks and course catalogs, and publications including the VPAA Journal and The Observer.
Virtually all resources in the Academic Archive are available for anyone in the world to view.
We try to make the submission process as easy as possible. Contact Chris Cooper at email@example.com or ext. 2160 to discuss what types of resources you might wish to include. Scanning services are available, but electronic files are preferred.
The Academic Archive increases the visibility and accessibility of resources while also preserving the content.
Yes, in most cases.
Some points to keep in mind:
The library can help you determine what guidelines your article's publisher requires you to follow.