Update #4 — April 9, 2020
Hunt Library Update #4 — April 9, 2020
There’s no time like the present to upload your publications!
If regular life didn’t allow time to share your work in ERAU’s digital repository, Scholarly Commons, this might be the right opportunity. The Scholarly Communication team is ready to help you get started. If you’re a current contributor to Scholarly Commons, now is a great time to send your new works, including articles, reports, presentations, videos, white papers, gray literature, and data sets. You may also want an ERAU affiliated webpage called SelectedWorks, to more easily share your entire collection of creative works with other researchers and build your electronic promotion and tenure package. For more information or to start the process of contributing to Scholarly Commons please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reward students with your personal recommendations.
This is a particularly challenging time for our students, yet they continue to excel. Think about recommending student works for publication in Scholarly Commons. Not only will your endorsement to an official academic repository be encouraging to aspiring scholars, it will add to a collection utilized by other ERAU students. The requirements are easy to meet, and the process is simple.
- Requirements: The student must be currently enrolled in ERAU, the work must be complete, edited, and reviewed, and it must be submitted for publication by a professor, advisor, or mentor.
- Process: After agreeing with the student that you will recommend their work for publication, send it via email to email@example.com with the subject line: I recommend this student work.
If you’d like students to mull over which work to publish, or simply send something to encourage them to publish their work, you may forward this brief video tutorial to them: How to Publish Your Student Work.