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  • University of Washington Libraries ResearchWorks Service
    students with tools to archive and or publish the products of research including data sets monographs images journal articles and technical reports Discover more by exploring the links below Archive Service What is the Archive Service Go to the Archive Contribute FAQ Data Services What is Data Services Data Management Guide Geospatial Services What is Geospatial Services Go to the Washington State Geospatial Data Archive Journal Hosting What is the

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  • University of Washington Libraries ResearchWorks Archive
    the assurance the materials will be maintained into the future Is this Archive the same as the University Archives No As stated on the University Archives page http www lib washington edu specialcoll collections uarchives The University Archives is the University s corporate memory within a scholarly research context It exists to help meet the University of Washington s legal responsibility to preserve and make available its records in accordance with applicable State and Federal Laws and to assist the University Community document its actions and decisions consistent with its mission While there may certainly be some overlap the ResearchWorks Archive is interested in grey literature such as technical reports and working papers unpublished manuscripts author versions of journal articles if permitted by the publisher and other artifacts of research at the University To determine whether your publisher allows self archiving visit Sherpa Romeo Who may deposit their scholarly materials into the Archive Faculty researchers and students of the University of Washington may deposit materials Student materials that are acceptable for the archive include honors theses dissertations and theses produced as part of a graduate program and other high quality research activities Researchers may place their works in the Archive

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  • University of Washington Libraries ResearchWorks Archive
    Service The Journal Hosting Service is a full service publishing option for those interested in starting a new journal or relocating an existing title We provide server space plus support and training for the use of the publishing platform We provide a journal hosting solution that offers open access subscription or pay per view models The technology can provide a robust yet flexible workflow environment that could include Back end workflow management Facilitating author submissions Guiding submissions through the various editorial processes including peer review Preparing manuscripts for publication Publishing completed issues Front end user experiences Producing a journal web site where users can access current and archived content Tailoring the appearance and identity of journals All the while Providing maximum exposure and visibility of publications by making them full text accessible for indexing by Google Scholar and other search services Archiving preserving and migrating content for future technologies Who can use the Journal Hosting Service University of Washington faculty who are associated with the publishing functions of a journal or who want to start a new venture Journal hosting on ResearchWorks may continue even if UW related affiliations change or cease to exist For student run journals please contact

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  • University of Washington Libraries ResearchWorks - Data Services
    Services provides services to support the research data management needs of faculty and students at the University of Washington This includes support for finding and accessing data data management planning data organization reuse of data data sharing and storage data citation and more The services we offer are not limited by discipline or format however if you are interested in geospatial data please consult Geospatial Services We offer a range of services tailored to the needs of the data producer or the data user What services do we provide If you are a data user you may be interested in Resources related to finding and visualizing data through our Data Resources Guide Consultation and reference services related to finding datasets and data visualization Request more information or set up an appointment using our online form If you are a data producer you may be interested in the above and Information and guidance on data management available in our Data Management Guide Registration of permanent identifiers for datasets through the EZID service PDF Consultation and reference services related to data management including data management planning and assistance with storage metadata sharing and archiving of datasets Request more information or set up

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  • University of Washington Libraries ResearchWorks Archive
    digital geospatial and statistical data for use in a geographic information system GIS This includes support for determining data needs finding accessing data access to GIS software and assistance with incorporating data into GIS projects The services we offer are not limited by discipline If you are interested in research data management including management of geospatial data please consult our Data Services page What services do we provide Consultation and

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  • University of Washington Libraries ResearchWorks Archive
    at rworks uw edu ResearchWorks Media Publishing Service What is the ResearchWorks Media Publishing Service The Media Publishing Service aka Digital Collections utilizes the CONTENTdm media management system to describe and deliver access to images audio and video for consumption by the general public Who can use the Media Publishing Service Faculty staff and researchers at the University of Washington can use the Media Publishing Service Why would you want

    Original URL path: http://dlib.lib.washington.edu/rw-collections.html (2014-10-10)
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  • Electronic Theses and Dissertation - Copyright, Open Access and Publishing, FAQ
    of your work to the publisher you need to see if the publisher allows it As of Fall 2011 most major publishers indicated on their web pages that a previously published article could be included in a thesis or dissertation You should be careful about signing publication agreements as you may limit your ability to use your works in the future More information is available How do I get permission Most works will be owned by publishers not the author creator so you will need to identify and contact the publishers A draft permissions letter is available from ProQuest Contact library staff to determine the publisher of a journal and obtain contact information Why do I have two agreements to review and sign and what do I need to understand about them UW ETD s are distributed by both ProQuest and the UW Libraries Both will make your work available ProQuest through its Digital Dissertations database and print sales if you choose to allow that and the UW Libraries through its ResearchWorks service and preserve it for the future In return for those services both ProQuest and UW require you to certify that the work is your own and that you are not infringing the rights of others These agreements also provide a mechanism for all parties to recognize your rights as an author See the ProQuest agreement and the UW Libraries Agreement What is open access and how does it apply to my thesis or dissertation Articles books theses and dissertations are said to be open access when they are digital online free of charge and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions By making publications open access the widest sharing of ideas and research results is made possible which is generally done either by publishing in open access journals or depositing them in repositories like PubMed Central or the Libraries ResearchWorks UW Graduate School policy is for all newly published UW theses and dissertations to be open access through ResearchWorks either immediately or after a limited delay See Open Access FAQ Can I use a Creative Commons CC license for my thesis or dissertation Yes at your option you can use a CC license for your work The license will allow you to define how you can share your work with others beyond what is normally allowed as a fair use To use a CC license first determine which license you want to use details are at http creativecommons org licenses Then you need to add the information to the copyright page of your work see example below You can obtain the symbol for your particular license at http creativecommons org about downloads For table formatting within a word document please see this file MS Word document Can I delay or otherwise limit the release of my thesis or dissertation Yes Most students will want to make their theses or dissertations available as soon and as widely as possible but some may want to delay or limit their

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  • University of Washington Libraries ResearchWorks Archive
    system EScholarship http repositories cdlib org escholarship and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology DSpace http dspace mit edu How do I start First visit the Communities and Collections page to see if your department is represented If it is not please contact us Depositing your work What type of materials can be deposited The system will accept any file format or content that a Community decides it wants to deposit into the repository but see below for long term preservation implications No special software is needed for you to submit materials Examples of appropriate content may include numerical datasets working papers technical reports pre prints and post prints of published articles Additional information can be found on our Collections Policy page The copyright of articles that have been previously published is often owned by the publisher To determine your publisher s policy on self archiving please use the link from this site s front page or visit http www sherpa ac uk romeo php For further information about author rights and copright please visit our Copyright and Author Rights page I have a large number of previously published articles that I wish to contribute Can you help Yes Please contact the ResearchWorks team at rworks uw dot edu It is possible that we may be able to assist with researching copyright policies scanning the offprints into PDF metadata record creation and the batch import of large quantities of materials Preservation and access Why should I participate I don t need to worry about managing my publications the publishers will take care of that Yes and no While publishers may indeed preserve your materials over time it may be that the Libraries will not be able to afford to pay publishers the price they charge us to provide access to your work In addition in the past the Libraries purchased a copy of the journal your article appears in and made the commitment to preserve the paper copy Now however the system has shifted and the Libraries typically licenses access to online content That could mean that if we cease paying for access we have no retrospective access at all Using the University of Washington Libraries digital repository will save departmental staff time and money Because the Libraries has made the commitment to support server maintenance and upgrades a staff member or graduate student in your department or lab will not need to back up maintain or restore these files Instead the Libraries assumes this responsibility If others link to your work putting items into Washington ResearchWorks will provide them with a persistent identifier In addition those interested in obtaining copies of your article no longer need to contact you directly they can simply access the article from the repository In the not too distant future we will be able to send you emails with information on how often your articles and other materials are downloaded from the Repository The University of Washington Libraries participates in a number of consortia that

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