In-Person Training is Available.
Fogler Library Technical Services staff is available at your convenience, to provide in-person training and phone support to faculty, staff, and students engaged in self-archiving. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 207.581.1692 to schedule a training opportunity. Group and one-on-one training sessions are available.
Graduate and undergraduate students are welcome to submit approved original research papers, poster presentations, and other scholarly and creative work to DigitalCommons@UMaine. Student work must be accompanied by an authorization form signed by a faculty advisor for each work being submitted to the repository. Learn more about submitting student work.
The last step in the process of making content available to the public in Digital Commons is to publish.
After submitting metadata and an electronic document for publication:
Review metadata in the Confirmation Page view.
Congratulations! You have successfully submitted and published the public view in Digital Commons. Allow 20-30 minutes for papers to become visible in the public interface. New content may not be indexed until the following day.
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