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Faculty Library FAQ: Repository Info

Learn about library services for Faculty and Instructors at Tyndale University College & Seminary

Resources related to Tyndale Digital Collections

Tyndale Digital Collections is the online repository of Tyndale University.

Information here is for Tyndale faculty and students who wish to have their scholarship made freely available in the Repository.

All queries and submissions should go to the Digital Repository Librarian 

It is highly recommended that scholars apply for an ORCID ID. this will allow you to take control of your scholarly identity. online.

The library encourages you to use the SPARC Canadian Author’s Addendum, when you are negotiating or transferring your copyright to a publisher. As stated in the SPARC brochure, “the law allows you to transfer copyright while holding back rights for yourself and others.”

Prior to submitting a published item to the institutional repository, you should check to see if you are permitted to do that. Read the agreement that you signed with your publisher. If you cannot find the agreement, use Sherpa/Romeo ( to search for the publisher’s policy. You can also contact the publisher directly by email to determine their copyright policies or to request permission.