All work submitted to HarvestIR must be accompanied by a signed license agreement:
Option 1. Use License Agreement 1.1 if you have no plans for future submissions:
Option 2: Use License Agreement 1.2M if you are submitting multiple works and/or plan to submit more work in the future:
Completed license agreements can be submitted via email, campus mail, attached to the online form on this guide, or in person.
Please contact the Copyright Librarian if you have questions about these license agreements:
For general information on copyright, including use of licenced resources, photocopying, and fair dealing:
The Library is always actively seeking content submissions for HarvestIR.
If you have questions about submitting content, please contact the HarvestIR Administrator:
HarvestIR submissions must be accompanied by a copyright license. Under the terms of this standard license, authors/creators of the submission(s):
UFV will be granted the right to:
UFV will not have the right to:
Do note that authors and creators also have the right to negotiate changes to these terms prior to submission. Examples include implementing an embargo period or restricting access to UFV authorized users only.
If work has already been published elsewhere, copyright agreements with the publisher may prevent eligibility for submission to the UFV IR. Some publishers require that authors sign over full copyright as a condition of publication.
However, copyright agreements take many different forms, and work published elsewhere may still be eligible for submission to the UFV IR - especially if as an author, you retained the full rights to the work. And journal publisher policies often permit author versions of articles to be submitted to repositories.
To determine or clarify the copyright status of your work, please contact: