What is ScholarWorks?
ScholarWorks is a set of services offered by Duke Libraries to assist members of the Duke community with publishing and archiving their research, to ensure that it reaches the broadest possible audience for the longest possible period of time.
Duke Libraries can help you share your peer-reviewed article, thesis, dissertation, data, or other digital objects via an open access repository. We provide a platform for publishing and managing an online journal, and can advise on copyright issues, scholarly publishing, data management, building and managing digital research projects, and more.
For more information, see the links on this page, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Services for Duke scholars
- Elements and Scholars@Duke
- Publish and archive your work
- DukeSpace Repository
- Open Journal Publishing service
- Open Access @ Duke
- Copyright, intellectual property, and scholarly communications technology advice
- Data management, publishing, and archiving
- Data consulting
- Data visualization
- Digital research projects
- ORCID identifiers
Workshop on Fair Use of Art & Beyond, 2/25/2015, 3-4pm in The Edge Workshop Room
Fair use is the right to use, in certain circumstances, copyrighted material without seeking permission from or making a payment to the copyright holder. As part of the celebration of Fair Use Week 2015, the Office of Copyright and Scholarly Communication (OCSC) will be hosting a discussion of the fair use of works of art in research and publishing featuring Jennifer Jenkins, director of the Duke Law’s Center for the Study of the Public Domain. In addition, Kevin Smith, director of the OCSC, will be giving an update on the Georgia State University and HathiTrust law suits and how the rulings in both affect fair use. Haley Walton, Outreach Coordinator for Open Access at Duke Libraries, will also be giving a brief summary of best practices in fair use of video games in research and teaching.