Members of the UMaine community may self-archive full-text documents, images, multimedia content, and datasets at no cost in DigitalCommons@UMaine.
Self-archiving in the University of Maine's green open access, institutional repository helps faculty, students, and staff to manage their professional reputation, increase scholarly impact, and create a long-term legacy for their academic contributions.
UMaine students may submit work that has been authorized by sponsoring faculty. Student work will be made available under the relevant academic Department, School, or program within the Digital Commons. Student work must be accompanied by an authorization form signed by a faculty advisor for each work being submitted to the repository. For more information, please review the full Student Work Submission Instructions.
DigitalCommons@UMaine showcases the intellectual and creative output of University of Maine faculty, students, and staff. It houses University of Maine institutional archives and publications and primary research materials from Fogler Library Special Collections.
What kinds of work can be uploaded to DigitalCommons@UMaine?
DigitalCommons@UMaine allows researchers to upload digital files up to 2GB in size. The repository accepts native file types from Excel spreadsheets documenting datasets to files for 3D printable objects, computer code, and audio files.
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