1. e-scholar will preserve your work using best practices for digital preservation.
2. e-scholar provides a permanent URL to your submission, guaranteed never to break.
3. e-scholar items are indexed by Google Scholar and other major search engines.
4. e-scholar makes your work accessible to others without expensive open access fees.
Many publishers will allow the deposit of pre-publication manuscript or post-publication manuscript to an institutional repository, such as e-scholar@UOIT.
This is an example of green open access, which makes work freely available to others without requiring that the payment of expensive open access fees.
e-scholar is a digital repository of UOIT research that is provided by the Library.
e-scholar collects, preserves, and showcases the academic work of the UOIT community, including faculty publications and graduate theses and dissertations.
Materials in e-scholar are openly available to the world and discoverable through search engines such as Google Scholar.
First Time users:
Once you are registered, Log in to e-scholar and follow the instructions to submit your materials. You can submit in one session or save and continue later. You will need to:
Note: Alternatively you can use a form which can be downloaded below.
Who can post articles?
All faculty, staff, and students at UOIT are eligible to submit work to e-scholar. You can self-submit or the Library can do it for you. Use the feedback form to request further information.
How can I find out if my publisher will allow me to deposit my work in e-scholar?
You can check your publishing agreement for terms around depositing your work in an institutional repository, or search SHERPA/RoMEO for a listing of publisher copyright policies and self-archiving.
How do you find e-scholar?
From the library homepage, in the Resources section, or directly from https://ir.library.dc-uoit.ca.
Can I edit my submission once completed?
No, but you can Use the feedback form if you need to make corrections.