The Scholarly Communication department works to increase campus awareness of scholarly communication issues such as intellectual property, the economics of scholarly publishing, alternative publishing models, and increased access to scholarly resources (e.g., research data, grey literature, and published materials). We believe that accessible, transparent research is critical to modern scholarship and are dedicated to supporting these principles within the IU community. The department leads development in Open Access, Copyright Education, Library Publishing (including IUScholarWorks, IU's system-wide repository), and Data Management services.
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With the rising awareness and discourse surrounding racial inequity in the United States, you may have noticed several resource lists curated to educate and inform the public…
This post was contributed by Map & Spatial Data Librarian Theresa Quill. Scholarly and scientific information is distributed in a variety of ways. The COVID19 pandemic has spurred…
This is an excerpt from an article published in College & Research Libraries News May 2020. In the wake of COVID-19, many publishers have tacitly agreed that open access is…
Up-to-date information on modified library services due to COVID-19.
The Scholarly Communication department is excited to announce that Karen Stoll Farrell has agreed to serve as our Interim Head of Scholarly Communication. She will provide…