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ASU Digital Repository

https://repository.asu.edu

Share Your Materials in the KEEP Digital Repository

Individuals

Individuals with an ASURITE ID may deposit materials in the KEEP repository by using the online submission form. During the submission process, depositors will be asked to review and agree with the deposit license. An ASU staff member will review the materials and contact you for additional information or when the materials are published. Additional information for Graduate Students.

Departments, Centers, Units

Unit representatives may contact digitalrepository@asu.edu to learn about depositing administrative records and other materials on behalf of the unit. An ASU Library staff member will contact the unit representative for next steps.

For unit publications, such as conferences or working paper series, the unit is responsible for establishing editorial guidelines and for ensuring compliance with unit policies prior to deposit in the ASU Digital Repository.

Questions about University Archives, please contact archives@asu.edu.

Organization

  • Materials in the ASU Digital Repository are organized by collection.
  • Each collection can have multiple items.
  • Each item can have multiple file attachments.

Permanent Links

Collections, items and files have permanent links that you can use in citations, courses, websites or blogs. See how to link a collection or item in the repository to your Canvas or Blackboard course.

Deposit Step-by-step

 
  1. Visit the ASU KEEP Digital Repository home page.
  2. Click on Share Your Work.
  3. You may be prompted to login with your ASURite ID and password.
  4. The first time you share materials, you will be asked to agree with the ASU Digital Repository Terms of Deposit.
  5. Please note:
  6. Describe the materials. Please provide as much description (aka, metadata) as possible.
  7. Attach the associated files. 
  8. Submit.

An ASU Library staff member will review the materials and contact you when the materials are published, or for additional information.

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