Using Faculty PRO to Submit Your Publications to KU ScholarWorks

KU ScholarWorks is the open access digital repository of the University of Kansas. It contains scholarly work created by KU faculty, staff and students, as well as material from the University Archives. KU ScholarWorks makes important research and historical items available to a wider audience and helps assure their long-term preservation.

You can submit your work to KU ScholarWorks via your Faculty PRO. Please follow the guidelines on this page to do so. You can also submit your publications to the University Libraries directly.

Submitting your publications in PRO

STEP 1   Scroll down the record screen of the specific publication you wish to submit. Towards the bottom of the screen you should see a section entitled "KU ScholarWorks Article".

STEP 2   Click the "Choose File..." icon.

STEP 3   Select the file on your computer you wish to upload and do so.

STEP 4   Save the changes on your record by clicking the Save icon at the top of the screen.

Your publication is now submitted to KU ScholarWorks.


Linking your publications in KU ScholarWorks to your webpage

If you use PRO to manage your faculty webpage, you can include the ScholarWorks URL on your webpage via PRO.

STEP 1   Obtain the ScholarWorks URL of your publication.

STEP 2   Copy and paste the URL into the designated field on that publication's record in PRO. (Make sure the record is set to pull to your webpage.)

STEP 3   Save the changes on your record by clicking the Save icon at the top of the screen.

Any changes in PRO will show up on your webpage within twelve hours.



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