We want to make your scholarly and creative works more visible and accessible by including them in the online, searchable OswegoDL Collection.
What can be included in OswegoDL?
We are asking that you to consider providing your original work for inclusion in OswegoDL that you choose to share with the world. Your contribution may be:
Book chapters or journal articles
Conference papers / presentations
Departmental / College-related newsletters, minutes, etc.
Books / monographs
Technical reports, white papers, grant proposals
Creative work (e.g. photos or digital scans)
Audio, video, other multimedia (in any format)
Datasets or other supplemental information of/about your research
Other digital files associated with your research that you want to share with the world
What if my work is copyrighted and can't be released until a later date based on my publisher agreement?
You may have a copyright agreement with a publisher that indicates they will hold copyright of your work for a certain time. You can still add your pre-publications to this repository. You may not be able to release your final publication until the release date that the publisher has agreed to (this will be on your copyright agreement). If this is the case, you can still enter a record for your work, and set a specific release time in the system.