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Sound Ideas: Submitting Student Works

Guide for Faculty interested in Puget Sound's Institutional Repositiory

Submission Process

Students can submit their work directly to Sound Ideas, but the specific work flow and selection of works is determined by faculty members of the related department or program.

Students should be prepared with metadata related to the submission including:

  • The submission's title
  • The abstract (up to 250 words)
  • A list of keywords (10 maximum)
  • The electronic format of your file, or hyperlink to your file, if any

A list of collections that are currently accepting can be found on the Sound Ideas Submission Page.

Why Post Student Works to Sound Ideas?

Creating collections of students' exceptional creative and scholarly projects is a great way to demonstrate the high level of work that Puget Sound students can aspire to.

Students' can be rewarded for excellent work by posting senior capstone and other projects on Sound Ideas. Programs may also decide to establish a  periodical like Sound Neuroscience: An Undergraduate Neuroscience Journal that extends beyond a specific class. Sound Ideas can even support a peer review editorial process including double-blind peer review.

Ben Tucker, Digital Projects & Outreach Librarian

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Ben Tucker
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