Faculty, graduate students, researchers, and staff may self-submit their work by visiting RED's Submit Your Research page. Upon visiting this page, click on the link that corresponds to your department, and log in with your valid USD account. Please select "Current USD users, sign in with your USD Email Address here. Do not self register (see image below).
You will then be asked to agree to the terms of the submission agreement, after which you will be taken to a form to submit your work.
When self-submitting previously published materials (such as journal articles), please be sure that you are uploading a version of your work that is permitted under your publication agreement. This will ensure that your research is not taken down in response to a publisher's take-down notice. For more information, please see the next section on Publisher Policies, or contact your subject liaison.
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Whether or not your published works (such as published journal articles) can be deposited in RED depends on the details of the agreement you signed with the publisher when your work was accepted. Journals and publishers vary with respect to which versions of papers they will allow authors to upload in online repositories. It is helpful to think of a published scholarly article as having three versions:
If you are a USD Faculty member, the Libraries will review your publishers' policies for you through our Faculty Deposit Service pilot program. To participate in this program, or to learn more about understanding your publication agreements, request a consultation with the repository team or contact your subject liaison.