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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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The IU system has joined the Open Textbook Network (OTN). Representing over 1,000 institutions, OTN is a consortium of campuses and systems aimed at reducing textbook costs using…
Individuals, departments and institutions are increasingly concerned with understanding and evaluating scholars, their output and productivity, as well as the impact of their…
IU Libraries is leading development of innovative technologies necessary for modern researchers. “Our mission is to efficiently and effectively connect researchers with the materials they need to advance innovation and discovery,” says Jamie Wittenberg, head of Scholarly Communication at IU Libraries.
Innovate. Teach. Measure. Revise. It’s a rhythm that IU librarians Sarah Hare and Julie Marie Frye used to pattern their long-term EDUC-L700 collaboration with School of Education faculty member Beth Lewis Samuelson.
This post was authored by Jordan Blekking, a Scholarly Communication graduate student and PhD student in the Department of Geography. For those searching for open source spatial data, the Government Information, Maps, and Microform Services (GIMMS) at the Herman B Wells Library can help.