On October 13th, IUPUI ScholarWorks received its 25,000th upload! That’s a lot of free to read (and, in many cases, free to reuse) open access literature.
Updated Oct 19, 2021 by Scholarly Communication Librarian
Save a copy of the “accepted manuscript” of every article you (co)author. Of course, save a copy of the published version too, but there’s a good chance that someone will ask you for the “accepted manuscript” instead.
Updated Sep 29, 2021 by Scholarly Communication Librarian
Updated Sep 24, 2021 by Scholarly Communication Librarian
In 2002, IUPUI’s libraries formed a working group to explore the idea of launching an institutional repository. Like many universities, IUPUI was looking for a way to provide digital, no-cost access to the scholarship authored by it’s faculty and students. It was hoped that the institutional repository would become a key way for a library to offer the free (sometimes called “green” open access) service to its patrons.
Updated Jun 03, 2021 by Scholarly Communication Librarian
The IUPUI campus sits near the center of Indianapolis, the state capitol of Indiana. Along with one of the largest medical schools in the United States, three hospitals, and more than 140 health-related majors and degrees, IUPUI emphasizes service-learning, community-engaged research, and public scholarship. It makes sense, therefore, that when public health emergencies arrive, IUPUI will be at the center of the effort to make a difference for the people of Indiana.
Updated Aug 02, 2020 by wmmiller
In July 2020, the Centre for Science and Technology Studies at Leiden University released its latest ranking of university bibliometric indicators. The Leiden Rankings use new tools to characterize the bibliometric output of a university without relying on problematic, reputational proxies such as the Journal Impact Factor.
Updated Jul 22, 2020 by Scholarly Communication Librarian
At IUPUI we work for Open Access every week of the year. So, when OA Week rolls around, it’s a good time to reflect on why we’re doing this and on the fruits of our labor.
Why We Work for Open
Updated Oct 24, 2019 by Scholarly Communication Librarian
Are you stuck with a corporate publisher that doesn’t actually care about research? What if the whole editorial board quit?
That’s what happened at the Journal of Informetrics.
Updated Feb 07, 2019 by Scholarly Communication Librarian
Have you heard about Pressbooks? Piloted by IU through the Unizin consortium, Pressbooks gives faculty and staff the freedom to create customized, free or low-cost online course materials for IUPUI students. Why would someone want to do that? Well …
Updated Feb 05, 2018 by Scholarly Communication Librarian
In November, an article that I wrote with two of my colleagues was published in the Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication (http://doi.org/10.7710/2162-3309.2169). The article reports some of the results of a wide-ranging survey of faculty attitudes regarding issues in scholarly communication.
Updated Jan 16, 2018 by Scholarly Communication Librarian