What can I upload into the IR@UF?
All scholarly works – including articles (pre-prints, post-prints, or published articles as permitted by the publishing agreement), books, book chapters, conference presentations, data sets, digital research files, and more – are welcome in the IR@UF, as long as you hold copyright or you have retained the right to share the work in an institutional repository.
But I published my work - how do I know if I hold the copyright?
You are the copyright holder for your works if you have not assigned or transferred your rights to another person or entity, such as a publisher or agency. However, it is possible that even if you did transfer or assign your rights, you may have retained the right to share your work in an institutional repository. If you're not sure, please contact the Scholarly Repository Librarian for assistance.
How do I check whether I transferred my copyright?
If you kept a copy of your publication agreement, refer to its text to determine what rights you retained. If you have not retained your agreement, you may be able to determine what rights are retained by you as author by looking up the journal in SHERPA/RoMEO (http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/index.php).
The Scholarly Communication Librarian is available to review or interpret language in your publication agreements or on SHERPA/RoMEO.
Log in to myUFDC: https://original-ufdc.uflib.ufl.edu/my/
Click "View all my submitted items."
Select the item you want to edit.
Click the citation tab
Click "Edit this item."
Edit the metadata for the item as needed. If you have questions or need additional assistance, please contact us.
To set your myUFDC preferences, log in (https://original-ufdc.uflib.ufl.edu/my/). Click the "Edit my account preferences" link.
You can also edit preferences through the "myUFDC home" tab on the top navigation bar, under "Account Preferences."