Each month, you will receive a personalized readership report, detailing the number of downloads and where in the world people are downloading your work.
The University Libraries is committed to providing stable, long-term access for your research, so you can rest assured that when you or others want access to your work, it will be there!
While anyone at UNLV may contribute to the repository, all submissions will be reviewed to ensure it meets our eligibility criteria:
Works by authors who are not affiliated with UNLV through employment or enrollment are not included in the repository, unless:
Main Submission Form
Journals & Conferences
To submit your work to a journal or conference hosted on Digital Scholarship@UNLV, go to the journal or conference home page and follow their submission instructions. If you have questions, please contact the journal editors or conference organizers. While we host journals and conferences on Digital Scholarship@UNLV, we do not have any editorial role.
If you would like to set up a new project with the repository (for example, submitting final projects from an entire class), please reach out to the Institutional Repository Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a consultation.
Graduate students do not submit their ETD directly to Digital Scholarship@UNLV, but instead should submit their ETD to the Graduate College and ProQuest. For more information, refer to our ETD LibGuide or contact email@example.com.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions! We're happy to help!