Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- How can I archive my publication in the Digital Academic Repository of the UvA?
- Which organisations are involved in this national and international network?
- How will my publications be preserved in the long term via the Digital Academic Repository of the UvA?
- Where is my personal publication list and how can I link to it?
- Where is the publication list of my institute or department and my faculty?
- Which services are offered by the Digital Academic Repository of the UvA?
- How do I decide whether to make one of my publications available to others?
- How do bibliographical records about my publications become available in this network?
- Where are bibliographical records about my publications to be found?
A wide range of digital publications can be submitted to UvA-DARE: articles, theses, dissertations, books, book chapters, preprints etcetera. In general, it is policy to submit documents in PDF.
For further information on submitting documents, please consult the contact person for your faculty, institute or department. In this phase of UvA-DARE, these are:
- Faculty of Economics and Econometrics (contact person: H.Helffer@uva.nl)
- Faculty of Humanities (contact person: B.Zeeman@uva.nl)
- Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences (contact person: H.Helffer@uva.nl)
- The Institute for Logic Language and Computation (ILLC) (contact person: email@example.com)
- Faculty of Science (contact person: firstname.lastname@example.org)
If your faculty, department or institute is interested in joining UvA-DARE, please contact the Digital Production Centre of the University Library of the University of Amsterdam (email@example.com).
In the Netherlands all universities and KNAW (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences) participate in the national DARE project that is setting up the Dutch part of this network. Internationally the number of universities that are participating in this international network of information services is growing strongly.
Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien - publications
Université Laval - dissertations
National University of Ireland Maynooth - publications
Università degli Studi di Trento - publications
Universiteit van Amsterdam -
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen - dissertations
Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam - publications
Universiteit van Tilburg - publications
Universiteit Utrecht - dissertations
University of Oslo - dissertations
CERN - publications
University of California -
California Institute of Technology (CalTech) - publications
Louisiana State University - dissertations
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - publications
Virginia Tech - dissertations
How will my publications be preserved for the long term via the Digital Academic Repository of the UvA?
Through the national DARE initiative, a co-operative project in which all Dutch universities, the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), SURF, the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) and the Royal Library (KB) participate, arrangements will be made to preserve electronic publications for the long term. It is the intention that these publications will be deposited via the university repositories in the e-Depot of the Royal Library. The Royal Library is an international leader in the area of long term preservation of digital publications. During the DARE project (2003-2007) the necessary connections will be made between the Digital Academic Repository of the UvA and the e-Depot of the KB.
With the Browse option for authors you can see your publication list by looking for your own name. You can link to your publication list with http://dare.uva.nl/author/lastname,initial(s). When there are more than one initial, they must be separated with periods.
|dare.uva.nl/author/groenendijk,j.||Publications for J. Groenendijk.|
|dare.uva.nl/author/benthem,j.f.a.k.van||Publications for prof.dr J.F.A.K. van Benthem.|
With the Browse option for faculities you can see your faculty or deprtement/institute publication list by looking for your faculty name and then select your institute/department name. You can link to these publication lists with the url's provided on the page, for example:
|dare.uva.nl/en/fee||Publications for the Faculty of Economics and Econometrics (fee).|
- A repository in which your publications will be archived and which will be connected in the coming years with the e-Depot of the Royal Library.
- A public interface through which users can search and browse the bibliographical records (metadata) of all the archived publications.
- A permanent link (URL) to the complete publication in the repository, if the author has given permission for the publication to made available externally.
- Bibliographical records (metadata) are placed in other information services that are part of the national and international scientific information network.
- For all authors with publications in the Digital Academic Repository:
- All bibliographical records will include UvA-linker services.
- 'Notify a colleague' service, with which colleagues can be notified about a publication of interest.
You can make your publication world-wide available without any special arrangements in these cases:
- No agreement was signed for the publication in which the ownership was transferred.
- An agreement was signed, but it leaves the possibility for making the publicationa available thorugh an institutional archive.
Sometimes an agreement has been signed with a publisher which only allows a working paper or preprint to be made public available through an archive. Usually these are allowed to remain publicly available after publication in the journal.
If an agreement has been signed in which the author has transferred all rights on the publication, then the publisher must be contacted. Regrettably, this situation occurs regularly, especially when dealing with the large, commercial publishing houses. It is therefore important to consider carefully before signing away one's rights fully and one-sided, given the effect of these agreements on the availability of publications.
The Digital Academic Repository of the Universiteit van Amsterdam complies with the requirements of the Open Archives Initiative so that bibliographical records (metadata) can be harvested from the repository and indexed in a variety of information systems. As a result, metadata about UvA publications can be found in other databases.