Policies and Guidelines
University of Hawaii at Manoa Library
Establishing a Community or Collection
To set up a eVols Community at UHM, follow these basic steps:
- The head of community becomes familiar with the eVols policies as outlined on the Policies and Guidelines page.
- Decide on the basic structure of your community
- whether there will be sub-communities, and what collections you will establish.
- Decide which workflow steps you'd like to establish for each collection. (Workflows are optional. See details below.)
Information Needed for Community Start-up
- Name of Community Liason
- Community Page:
- Name of community
- Description (optional)
- Logo (optional)
- Sub-community pages (optional):
- Names of sub-communities
- Logo(s) for sub-communities (optional)
- Descriptions of sub-communities (optional)
- Collection pages:
- Name(s) of collections within each community or sub-community
- Logo(s) for collection(s) (optional)
- Descriptions of collections(s) (optional)
- Brief descriptions (one line) of collections to appear on community or sub-community page (optional)
- For each collection:
- Names and email addresses of submitters
- Names and email addresses of people in workflow roles (optional):
- Reviewer (can accept or reject items)
- Metadata Editor (can only change metadata before it is in eVols)
- Coordinator (can accept, reject, or change metadata before item is in eVols)
- Collection Administrator (can change metadata after item is in eVols)
Contact your Community's eVols administrator or write email@example.com if you have questions about eVols policies.
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Appreciation is given to the University of Oregon and Massachusetts Institute of Technology for providing some of the information on these pages.