Digital Repository Librarian
1. Decide where your work will go.
Submit to an existing Community.
Form a Community or Sub-community. The UHM Library will lead you through the process.
Create a Collection.
2. Submit your materials.
Option 1: Self submission
- Register with eVols and wait for confirmation.
- Log in to eVols and upload your material.
- Wait for an email notification with the item URL.
Self-submission automatically attaches a license file. Depending on arrangements made with the sponsoring community, Library staff may review the submissions and verify with faculty or the sponsoring academic department before the item is made publicly available.
Option 2: Library submission
- Send an email of interest to eVols Administrators at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Consult with Library staff.
- Provide Library staff necessary information and access to the materials.
- Wait for notification from Library staff with the item URL.
Library staff will add the files and appropriate metadata, and make the item publicly available.
Contributing to eVols can be a valuable step in your scholarship. To learn more, read What's in It For Me? : Reasons to Submit your Work to eVols.
Student submission of class projects to eVols must be sanctioned by an academic department or program of the University of Hawaii. Some schools or programs expect students to submit their work directly to eVols; others expect students to work with the eVols Administrators.
If you would like to submit material to an existing student collection, please contact the appropriate faculty member, or the administrative office of the school or program for information about requirements, style guidelines and the approval process.
Creation of new student collections requires departmental approval and either a faculty liaison or departmental administrative support person. If you would like to add a new student collection to eVols, you will need to speak with faculty in the appropriate department or program about their interest in starting such a collection. Interested faculty should then contact eVols Administrators.
Contact your Community's eVols administrator or write email@example.com if you have questions about eVols.
Appreciation is given to the University of Oregon and Massachusetts Institute of Technology for providing some of the information on these pages.