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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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On September 4th of this year, Open Access advocates and scientists around the world woke up to some big news: eleven European national research agencies, the European Commission…
This blog post is part of a two-part series addressing the 2018 theme of Open Access Week: “Designing equitable foundations for open knowledge.” In my last post I framed the issue…
This blog post is part of a two-part series addressing the 2018 theme of Open Access Week: “Designing equitable foundations for open knowledge.” The landscape of scholarly…
In order to be found by other scholars and considered legitimate, your journal should be discoverable and visible. Journal indexing is an excellent way to increase discoverability…
Indiana University Libraries Scholarly communication department are pleased to announce that we have joined ORCID – a nonprofit organization that provides an open, transparent solution for researcher identity management. IU faculty, staff, and students can use ORCID to create an ORCID iD – a 16-digit number that uniquely identifies a researcher.