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Publishing student work through journals and magazines is a difficult feat, often requiring rounds upon rounds of revisions. UCF has a way for you to share your work while providing you with tools to assist with the publication process. Continue below to read about UCF's own digital repository. UCF's Showcase of Text, Archives, Research & Scholarship (STARS) provides access to works by, for, and about UCF as broadly as possible, and for as long as possible. The intention is to provide free, open access to a worldwide audience. It is an institution-wide digital repository managed by the UCF Libraries.
STARS is open to all faculty, staff, students, and affiliates of UCF, though student submissions may be subject to an approval process. STARS also documents library contest winners, most recently the "Love Your Libraries" Sticker Contest (which has already ended, sorry!)
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Williams, Diamond and UCF Libraries, "Diamond's Hidden Gems - STARS" (2023). Libraries' Documents. 384.