Welcome to Scholar@UC
Welcome to Scholar@UC! On this page, you will learn how to use Scholar@UC.
What is Scholar@UC?
What types of content should I submit to Scholar@UC?
Scholar@UC stores and preserves the scholarly output and creative works of UC faculty, staff, and students. Examples of appropriate content include, but are not limited to: grey literature, pre-, post-, and published versions of academic papers, manuscripts, senior design projects, posters, datasets, presentations, and other creative works. Content may be text, image, video, audio, or mixed-media in nature. Learn more about types of content you can share on the Collection Policy.
Students should work with a faculty member to share scholarly output and creative works, such a capstone projects.
How do I get started?
After you have edited your profile page for the first time, you may share content by clicking on [Works] then [New Work] from the menu.
Where do I go for more information?
Under the Help button on the main Scholar@UC menu, you will find the following help topics:
- FAQs – Answers to a variety of commonly asked questions
- File Format Advice – Help with finding the right file format for the content you submit to Scholar@UC
- Creator’s Rights – Information on Copyright and Intellectual Property