Having your work in the university's institutional repository Research Online at MacEwan (RO@M) can increase its visibility and impact, and ensures long-term digital preservation.
RO@M also provides researchers with a place to deposit works that fall under open access archiving policies mandated by research funding agencies including the Tri-Agency (see: Tri-Agency Open Access Policy on Publications).
Submit Your Work
MacEwan faculty and staff are invited to submit citations for published works to email@example.com. Staff will investigate copyright and upload works where permissible. In cases where published works cannot be shared openly, we will link to the library's copy for MacEwan users to access.
Copies of unpublished works may also be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org for posting, including conference papers/posters/presentation slides, technical reports, and creative works.
Submit Student Work
RO@M welcomes exceptional examples of student work, including copies of published works, works formally presented at conferences, and theses. Students must have a MacEwan faculty or staff member contribute works to email@example.com on their behalf.