To begin uploading your works, or your student’s works to DigitalCommons@ONU, you’ll first need to contact your department liaison librarian, a law librarian, or the repository administrator about setting up the appropriate repository structure for your works to appear in.
The repository hierarchy is structured in three ways:
The purpose of these structures are meant to house multiple materials. For example, the Academic Department community houses all of the university's academic departments as sub-communities. Then within each sub-community, users can find various collections pertaining to that department, such as Faculty Scholarship.
For more information on whether your collection will need its own community or sub-community, contact your liaison librarian or the repository administrator. Once the necessary repository structure is in place, you can then begin submitting your works to DigitalCommons@ONU!
When submitting works to DigitalCommons@ONU, remember these general rules: