Here UT faculty and researchers can find additional resources and help for submitting content to Trace. There are two ways for faculty to submit their work to Trace: (1) by submitting an article directly into a department in Trace, or (2) creating a personal SelectedWorks site where all scholarly work can be included. The links below offer information and guidance on how to submit works directly to Trace as well as through SelectedWorks, a service offered by Trace.
Frequently asked questions related to establishing and adding content to a SelectedWorks faculty page.
A useful tool for faculty and researchers on establishing a SelectedWorks page.
A visual “quick-guide” to SelectedWorks: How to create an account, start a SelectedWorks page, upload content, and other basic features.
Guide to help explain the function and use of SHERPARoMEo, a website that aids in finding publisher copyright permission policies.
A guide to help SelectedWorks authors track the readership statistics of their articles as well as provide information about promoting their scholarship through subscribers and email alerts.
Short list of commonly used terms in defining areas and actions executed in Trace.
Frequently asked questions specifically related to submitting works directly to Trace.
A quick-reference PDF to help contributors successfully upload items.
A brief overview to help contributors format their submissions using basic HTML codes and/or special characters. Please use this resource as a reference when filling out the Trace submission form.
This proposal form will help departments organize and prioritize the material they would like in Trace. Please fill out with your subject liaison librarian and return to the Trace Administrator (email@example.com).