In this list the content type (and subtype) templates to submit material in AgriOcean DSpace are defined. Followed is the order of appearance in the drop-down box of the field 'Select template' in AgriOcean DSpace.[Download these in an excel file]
Journal contribution: This term is used to collect a selection of frequently occurring type of contributions to a journal/periodical. Journal is a periodical committed to disseminating research in a specific field of study, usually published in quarterly, bimonthly, or monthly issues. Open Access journal is a periodical that makes the full text of the articles it publishes universally and freely available via the Internet by depositing them in an open access repository.]
Article: A piece of prose written by one or more authors and published in a scholarly journal. Articles often include a bibliography and an abstract and are ideally peer-reviewed.
Review: An evaluative account of a newly published work, usually written by a qualified person, for publication in a journal.
Editorial: A brief note expressing the opinion of the chief editor(s) of a journal with respect to a scientific issue. Editorials appear on the editorial page of a journal and usually precede the main articles.
Letter: A letter, printed on the editorial page of a journal, in which a reader expresses his or her views on the subject of a previously published article or editorial, sometimes followed by a response from the editor(s).
Other: If you have a type of journal contribution not present in this list, you can use 'Other'.
Book section: A major section of a book, complete in itself but related in theme to the rest of the book.
Book: A nonperiodical publication consisting of a substantinal number of pages in one physical piece, usually written by a specialist in the field.
Proceedings paper: The published record of a conference presentation paper published in the proceedings of the conference.
Conference contribution: This term is used for the different types of conference material.
Paper: The written record of a conference presentation, not yet published in the proceedings of the conference.
Poster: A poster is a visual description of a project on large sheet of paper, prepared for viewing by those attending a conference.
Presentation: The actual text and illustration/graphics presented at a conference, usually as a powerpoint.
Other: If you have a type of conference contribution not present in this list, you can use 'Other'.
Research report: A separately published scientific record of research or technical findings, usually carrying a report number.
Working paper: A preliminary paper, usually based on research, not intended for publication but rather for circulation by the author (or authors) to professional peers for comment.
Thesis: A formal written thesis, especially an account of scholarly investigation or original research on a specialized topic, submitted to a university in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a Bachelor´s, Mater´s, Ph.D. degree.
Other (includes pre-print): If you have a type of content not present in this list, you can use 'Other'.
Pre-print: An article to be published in a journal. Distributed in advance with the purpose of receiving feedback from interested persons in the topic to improve the final version of the article.
Definitions partially based on: Joan M. Reitz, Online Dictionary for Library and Information Science (ODLIS), Textstream, 2004.