What about scholarly work in other media? Does SU Scholar support formats other than print
When quoting from books, articles, websites, or other publications, be sure to give a complete citation that will allow the reader to locate your original source in its entirety.
When including reproductions of these types of sources, give a complete citation that will allow the reader to locate your source.
Media includes audio, sound recordings, software, video, etc. If sound bites or clips are not original (made by you), you will need to obtain permission from the copyright owner(s), which could include the performer, the composer, and the publisher. Music can be especially tricky, so don’t hesitate to ask for clarification.
Almost every website includes copyright information. Please review the site carefully; just because something is freely available via the web does not mean it can be used without permission.
If a professor nominates your work and the library contacts you, just reply to the email, and:
If you are self-nominating your work, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.