Options for UHM Faculty and Researchers
UHM faculty and researchers have several options for placing their collections in ScholarSpace:
Establishing a New Community
The UHM Library will lead you through the process of building a new Community in ScholarSpace. See the steps required to establish a new ScholarSpace Community.
See ScholarSpace in Action
Would your group like a demonstration of ScholarSpace? Request one by contacting us at email@example.com
ScholarSpace is organized into Communities, Sub-communities, and Collections. Each Community contains one or more Collections, where the digital research materials are stored as Items.
How are Communities and Collections Organized?
To add digital research materials to ScholarSpace, you add your data to a collection. Collections in ScholarSpace are always associated with communities or sub-communities, as shown in this basic view of ScholarSpace communities (PDF).
Contact your Community's ScholarSpace administrator or write firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about ScholarSpace policies.
Appreciation is given to the University of Oregon and Massachusetts Institute of Technology for providing some of the information on these pages.