Do you have annual research reports and not sure where these should go? What about a journal article published outside OSU? Or a weekly alert that comes from your research? We have some answers to guide you in knowing whether or not this research content should go on the Extension website and next steps based on that decision.
On November 1, the archived county sites go away so if your content team hasn’t reviewed the content to see if there’s anything to update and move over, then it’s still easy enough to do in the next weeks. After that, it becomes harder once the server is taken down and the content files are backed-up in Box folders.
For combined stations or others with research related content:
- This decision flowchart can help in deciding what to do with research focused articles.
- This FAQ addresses fair use of externally published research articles, which are added as “online resources” to the website.
- These collections in the OSU Scholars Archive are set up for archived content from agricultural experiment stations, if you want to submit older research reports there.
- An instructional webinar recording for faculty/staff at combined stations shows how to enter content in the Extension website and how content teams differ from the office group in what, where, and how content is entered.
If you have further questions or suggestions related to research or archived content, please contact the EESC web team for more information and discussion.