Digital Scholarship Blog Posts

Jere Odell
Scholarly Communication
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.IUPUI University Library values open knowledge--as I think, every educational institution should. Finding a way to make the scholarly products of our students, staff, and faculty easily...
Jere Odell
Scholarly Communication
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.What’s that? The “accepted manuscript” (sometimes called a “post-print” or an "author manuscript") is the “final version of the...
Jere Odell
Scholarly Communication
When publishers find a copyright violation on a website and also want to enforce their intellectual property rights, they sometimes send copyright violation notifications to website owners. If the website owners do not have permission or rights and do not take the content down, they could face legal fees for the violations. That’s what recently...
Jere Odell
Scholarly Communication
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...

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