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.
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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
Webinar on Meeting Federal Research Requirements for Data Management Plans, Public Access, and Preservation
Tuesday, June 9, 2015 from 1:00pm to 2:30pm in The Edge Workshop Room
With the deadlines for achieving public access to scientific research data in digital formats approaching (October 2015 and January 2016), this webinar will provide practical advice and resources for writing data management plans as well as tips for evaluating in-house or external public access data sharing services that meet federal research requirements.
The session will begin with a brief update on agency responses to the 2013 OSTP memo, “Increasing Access to the Results of Federally Funded Scientific Research,” with focus on Section 4: “Objectives for Public Access to Scientific Data in Digital Formats.”
The update on the responses will frame the remainder of the session including:
- Developing data management plans
- Elements of good metadata and preservation standards
- Sharing of restricted-use research data
- Data curation training for your staff – training resources for the purposes working knowledge when developing data management plans, reviewing data sharing services for compliance, and interpreting agency guidelines
ScholComm on the Edge Discussion Series – July – “Altmetrics & Altmetric for Institutions”
Tuesday, July 14, 2015 from 3:00pm to 4:00pm in The Edge Workshop Room
DUL has recently signed a site license for Duke to have access to Altmetric for Institutions (https://www.altmetric.com/institutions.php). At the July 14 meeting we’ll have a discussion of what altmetrics are, how they can or shouldn’t be used, and other issues related to how universities can recognize and reward non-traditional academic work (like digital projects) and various methods of understanding impact and value beyond citations and impact factors.
We’ll also give an overview of how the Altmetric for Institutions system works, and invite everyone to attend a more detailed workshop specifically on that at a different time. In the meantime, here’s a primer on altmetrics for librarians: http://blog.impactstory.org/4-things-librarians-altmetrics/