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How To Submit a CSAIL Work Product

Any current CSAIL lab member may submit an artifact (or a collection of artifacts) as a CSAIL Work Product to be placed in MIT DSpace as part of the CSAIL Digital Archive permanent collection.

Very Important Information

  • MIT DSpace is a persistent archive
  • Once an artifact has been officially approved and uploaded, it CAN NOT BE DELETED
  • If there is any chance at all that your document is not a final version, do not submit it to the archive

Before submitting to the archive, be sure to answer affirmatively the following two questions:
  • "Would you want this to persist indefinitely in a permanent archive?"
  • "Would you want someone to find and cite this?"

Formatting Guidelines

  • Proofread your text very carefully
  • Any standard file formats may be uploaded
  • Groups of files may be uploaded (i.e. data sets, image libraries, etc.)
  • Documents may be submitted "as is" without any change to the layout

Examples of Types of Documents That May be Submitted

  • Multi-slide presentation
  • Large format poster presented at a technical conference or for a CSAIL demonstration
  • Video/audio clip of a CSAIL presentation or demonstration
  • Design document (e.g., VeriLog? description) of a hardware component
  • Dataset (e.g., Lisp, C, Java, Scheme, Perl) for a function or program
  • CSAIL annual report
  • Project status reports
  • Rosters of lab personnel and space assignments
  • Press mentions of CSAIL activity (subject to external copyright)
  • Machine manifests
  • Any other type of digital artifact

Where to Submit

  • Submit by clicking HERE (CSAIL Certificate required)
  • After navigating through the license choices (be sure to read through them carefully), click on "CSAIL Work Product"

-- AnnikaPfluger - 04 Jan 2007
Topic revision: 11 Jun 2010, MeganRiley

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