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The Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service require annual reporting for Formula and state-funded projects. The links below provide guidance regarding relevant reporting systems:
- Annual Report Guidelines (federal systems)
- Oregon Invests! offers you a wealth of information about the latest agricultural research with just a few mouse clicks.
- Stories, Outcomes, and Accomplishments Reporting System (SOARS) is the on-line system used by all extension educators to prepare annual plans of work and report of accomplishments. In addition publications, awards, external funding, and program impacts.
- Oregon's Agricultural Progress Magazine (OAP) is the research magazine for the Oregon State University Agricultural Experiment Station.
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- Publishing Your Research
- Ask your research librarian or Sue Kunda (firstname.lastname@example.org; 541-737-7262) to have a collection created for your unit and/or for yourself. For an example of a collection, see University Libraries collection of Papers, Articles and Conference Proceedings
- Send your scholarly materials as email attachments or on a CD to Sue Kunda at the Valley Library (email@example.com; 541-737-7262) or contact your research librarian to discuss options for submitting your research.
- The library will find out whether the research can be legally deposited in ScholarsArchive@OSU, submit your research to ScholarsArchive@OSU, and notify you when it is available.
Curious about archiving your work? Susan Gilmont, staff at OSU's Guinn Library has some useful advice.
Your Publisher's Policies: Visit SHERPA/RoMEO Publisher Copyright Policies & Self-Archiving and search by publisher or journal title. This website makes clear whether the publisher allows you to archive a pre-print, post-print, or publisher’s .pdf.
Help at OSU Libraries
If the process of archiving your work seems a bit overwhelming, the OSU Libraries will be glad to help you. You might consider placing your work in our digital repository, ScholarsArchive@OSU. ScholarsArchive@OSU is Oregon State University's digital service for gathering, indexing, making available and storing the scholarly work of the Oregon State University community. It also includes materials from outside the institution in support of the university's land, sun, sea and space grant missions and other research interests.
To have the library deposit your scholarly material for you: