Abut CU FIND
The goal of CUFIND is to raise the visibility of Campbell University’s faculty by highlighting individual faculty members’ achievements in research, teaching, and professional service. Furthermore, CU FIND preserves and provides access to Campbell University’s intellectual output.
WHAT IS CU FIND?
CU FIND is an online faculty profile system that showcases Campbell University members’ achievements in research, teaching, and professional service. Each profile provides space to cite or link to one’s research, highlight teaching accomplishments, list service commitments, and provide basic information such as a professional biography, work history, grants, and degrees. CU FIND is optimized for search engines, so that your colleagues, students, and potential collaborators can easily find you on the web.
WHO CAN CREATE A CU FIND PROFILE?
Faculty and researchers with a valid Campbell University login may create a CU FIND profile.
WHAT SUBMISSIONS ARE APPROPRIATE FOR CU FIND?
Works authored by a member of the Campbell community may be submitted to CU FIND, including work created before coming to CU. Submissions must be research-oriented, creative work, or an open education resource. Examples of potential content include, but are not limited to:
- Conference papers
- Theses and dissertations
- Teaching resources
- Technical reports
- Data sets
Authors who submit their research to CU FIND retain their copyright unless they explicitly give it away to a third party. Wiggins Memorial Library does not seek nor claim copyright on work submitted to CU FIND. The Library asks authors to agree to a non-exclusive distribution license, which means that authors may make copies of their work available on other sites or formally publish their work without obtaining permission from the Libraries.
Prior Publishing Agreements & Self-Archiving
Some authors are concerned that depositing their work in CU FIND may violate copyright agreements that they have with their publishers. In reality, more and more commercial publishers are recognizing authors' rights to post copies of their work online, also known as self-archiving. For works that are uploaded by the library, a librarian has checked the Sherpa Romeo database of publishers’ self-archiving policies prior to upload.
HOW CAN I CONTRIBUTE CONTENT TO CU FIND?
Send an updated copy of your CV to email@example.com and a librarian will create your profile for you.
TAKE- DOWN POLICY
Campbell University reserves the right to edit a profile or remove content that is not consistent with the University’s mission or CU FIND policies. Profiles for faculty that have left the University will be taken down.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or comments.