UT Faculty/Researcher Works
University of Texas at Austin faculty and researchers may submit their work directly to the UT Faculty/Researcher Works collection, by logging in to the UTDR with their EID and password. Once logged in, a button will appear on this page that says "Submit a new work to this collection." Clicking that button will start the submission process. If you are having any issues with the submission process, please contact the Repository Curator at email@example.com
The UT Faculty/Researcher Works collection focuses on electronic research, scholarship, and creative works, as well as materials that primarily reflect the intellectual environment of the UT campus, created by faculty and researchers of the University of Texas at Austin.
Examples of possible content that can be submitted to this collection are:
- Peer-reviewed articles where license allows
- White papers, working papers and technical reports
- Digitized data
- Audiovisual material
- Any other form of research output that can be technically loaded to the repository.
If you would like more information about the submission process, including alternate submission workflows, please email Colleen Lyon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Collections in this community
No More Silence in the Library: Documenting Fandom and Fan Culture in Archives and Special Collections - Jennifer Hecker on Metadata, Crowd-sourcing, and Games! This talk concerns a UT Libraries project to retool a gamified zine cataloging interface developed by the Independent Publication Research Center for use at an event promoting the Fine Arts Library's zine collection. Slides ...
Closing the Loop: How an information literacy assessment plan contributes to first-year student success at UT Austin Before attending the assessment track of Immersion I struggled with writing an assessment plan for my unit, which works collaboratively with faculty members to support information literacy in first-year seminar courses. ...
"I'd use this source because... it's about my topic": Teaching Freshmen to Think Critically about Sources Do you struggle to teach freshmen to think critically about information? It’s hard, time consuming and extremely important. Find out about an assignment and rubric that teach these skills. Learn how we assessed and developed ...
Library Instruction Services at UT Austin is faced with the challenge of making sure 8,000 new students achieve a set of basic information literacy learning outcomes each year. In order to maximize the time we spend in the ...
Survivors of interpersonal violence (IPV) have special information needs. Sometimes their home situations make it impossible to use conventional information channels in the ways that they need, perhaps to find out about ...
Arboviruses are a major public health concern in Texas. Two viruses that have not yet established local transmission but may pose a threat are chikungunya virus and dengue virus. Chikungunya is a disease that has for decades ...
(2015-09-16)The paper summarizes the nature of the LIWC2015 text analysis program, including the development of the dictionaries and the basic psychometrics of the output. Results of the 2015 version are compared with the 2007 version.