eGrove User Guide

Content for Academic Departments and Research Centers

Schools, departments, and research centers may submit the following content for inclusion in eGrove:

Archives. Departmental histories and materials relating to the history of the department, school, or research center.

Conference materials. Hosting a conference at Ole Miss? Reach out to learn about how your conference website can be hosted on eGrove.

Creative works by students or faculty, including text, photo, or video.

Event materials such as publicity fliers, photos, or presentation slides.

Journals published at or edited by the University of Mississippi.

Meeting minutes for University-affiliated groups.

Multimedia/Videos, whether native files or videos embedded from YouTube or Vimeo.

Newsletters from any era. Please indicate if they require digitization.

Open educational resources such as textbooks or supplementary materials.

Publications by students and faculty, including data sets and supplementary materials. A journal's copyright policy will indicate which version of an article, if any, may be included in an institutional repository.

Recorded lectures and programs from speakers and events.

Reports, including annual reports or class projects.

Research data from grant-funded projects.

Materials can be submitted through the Submit Research page on eGrove. The Digital Initiatives Librarian will work with you to create an accession plan. You can either submit a one-time deposit (for past creations, like a completed conference) or set up serial deposits (for ongoing materials, like a journal or lecture series).

If you would like to submit an item that is not in the above categories, email to inquire.