If you have presented or published about DDI, please let us know. We want to make sure your great content is accessible in the future by: 1) archiving it in a long-lived repository, and then 2) cataloging the citation. Below are instructions on how to do both.
We suggest archiving your work with a long-lived repository (i.e., a repository that preserves and makes content discoverable into the future). We recommend using Zenodo, a general-purpose open access repository created by OpenAIRE and CERN. Please use this link to upload your files directly to the Zenodo community of the “DDI Alliance”: https://zenodo.org/deposit/new?c=ddi. You may also archive your work at your own preferred repository.
The DDI Alliance can archive your work for if you apply a Creative Commons CC-BY (or similar) license to your work. It’s as simple as pasting the following image into your work:
Doing so allows the DDI Alliance permission to post the presentation in a repository. After applying a license to your work simply email it to to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’ve e-mailed us your work to deposit on your behalf, there’s nothing further you need to do.
If you’ve already deposited your work in a long-lived repository, please email the citation to email@example.com. We can then add it to the Publications section of the DDI Alliance web site.