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What Can Seahawk DOCKS Do For You?

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  • 1. What Can Seahawk DOCKS Do For You? January 15 and February 9, 2009 Peter Fritzler, Sciences Librarian Rebecca Kemp, Serials Coordinator W. M. Randall Library
  • 2. What is Seahawk DOCKS?
    • Description
    • Demo
  • 3. Why is the library getting involved with this project?
    • “ all the rage” – everyone’s doing it!
    • Strength through numbers
    • Organize / maintain access to university’s scholarly output in one location
    • Preservation and stewardship of digital content
    • UNC Tomorrow: Collaboration and partnerships
  • 4. Why is this important to faculty?
    • Free sharing of information
    • Increased citation count
    • Centralized point of access to one’s scholarly output
    • Long-term preservation of scholarship
    • Increased visibility and dissemination of institution’s scholarship
  • 5. What types of publications can be included in Seahawk DOCKS?
    • From the Collection Policy :
      • Each work must be the intellectual property of a UNCW faculty member. (Exception – student theses and dissertations will also be included in the IR.)
      • It must be complete and in final form.
      • It must be a scholarly, research, or educational work. Kinds of works: peer reviewed research articles, white papers, technical papers, reports, other…?
  • 6. What types of publications can be included in Seahawk DOCKS? (ctd.)
      • It must be made available for global access at no cost via the Web.
      • The author/creator of each work must grant to UNCW's Randall Library the non-exclusive right to preserve and distribute the work in perpetuity.
      • Contributions to the UNCW IR are entirely voluntary; should the author later wish to remove any contribution, the Library will comply with the request.
  • 7. What types of publications can be included in Seahawk DOCKS? (ctd.)
    • Items that will NOT be included:
      • Unfinished (draft)/ pre-review works
      • Learning objects: syllabi, course documents, free-standing diagrams or images (the kinds of items that can be deposited into iLumina)
      • Datasets
      • Streaming audio/video (non-streaming files are okay)
  • 8. How can faculty submit works?
      • As of now, submit documents/files via e-mail attachment to Adina Riggins , University Archivist.
      • We are developing an online submission form that faculty members can use, similar to this one: http://www.uncp.edu/library/ir/addProfile.html
  • 9. What kind of copyright issues surround the submission process?
    • Copyright Ownership. See our Scholarly Communications page for more information
      • Copyright is endowed by Federal Law , and it allows the copyright owner to do the following things without restriction: reproduce the work; prepare derivative works based on the work; distribute copies of the work; and perform or display the work.
  • 10. What kind of copyright issues surround the submission process? (ctd)
    • When you signed the publication agreement with your publisher, you likely gave your copyright over to the publisher, as most agreements require.
    • This would mean that you no longer have the right to display/distribute the work as you would have to be able to do in order to post a copy of it online.
    • Some – but not all—publishers do allow authors to retain the right to post their works online.
    • When you submit your work to the library, a librarian will research whether you own copyright.
  • 11. What kind of copyright issues surround the submission process? (ctd)
    • In order to deal with this issue for future peer-reviewed papers you want to submit, we have created an “ author addendum ” for your use in addition to your author agreement.
    • Addendum generator webform is in the works
    • Until the webform is ready, we can provide you with this document upon request.
  • 12. Questions?
    • Thank you for attending!
    • Contact us:
      • Peter Fritzler
      • [email_address]
      • 910-962-7807
      • Rebecca Kemp
      • [email_address]
      • 910-962-7220