Updates to the Open Science Network in Ethnobotany arrive by several routes. We find some materials and create the links. Other people can tell us about links and we can add them to this site.
How to Submit Links to Existing Materials
The Open Science Network in Ethnobiology stores links to materials, not the materials themselves. We create directories, links and descriptions to help you find and evaluate ethnobiology materials.
We want to make this easy for you to share your materials through links on this site. Here are a few suggestions on how you can add links to your materials. Please note that the following Resource submission document is a work in progress.
We suggest that you contact us as soon as practical as we may have some time-saving suggestions.
Please be aware that this network has a specific mission and that our editors have the responsibility to maintain our stated focus and style.
Where Things Get Stored
The Open Science Network is not interested in storing things, whether they are syllabi, photos or videos. Given a choice, OSN stores links.
Keeping your materials where you have easy access helps you make sure that people are sharing your latest versions.
If you absolutely need someone else, or some place else, to store your "stuff," check out the following links.
Link: Storing your photos
Link: Storing your Documents
Link: Storing other stuff
How to Revise Things on this Site
We welcome all suggestions that will improve the content and accuracy of this site and the materials to which it links.
We can handle changes to this site in a straight-forward way.
Making changes to the materials on the Web Links is a bit more difficult. If you contact us, we'll try to help fix the external content.
The Open Science Network in Ethnobiology uses a process of peer review (i.e., other ethnobiology teachers) and solicits student evaluations.
Our goal is to review all submissions. If the person responsible for the materials believes that there are problems with the review (e.g., the materials have been updated or the review has misinterpreted the intended audience), a follow-up review can be requested.