Tag Archives: Dartmouth Digital Commons

Research Impact: Opening up the impact of your work

As part of Open Access Week, we are exploring ways to increase our research impact by opening our research. ┬áMaking our research more inclusive and open not only helps disseminate our work, but can also help us justify and quantify … Continue reading

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Challenges of open access implementation

I recently returned from Open Repositories 2016 (OR2016), which took place this June at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. I presented a poster titled Illuminating Shifting Perspectives and Roles, which highlights open access implementation work that we’re doing at Dartmouth to harvest faculty … Continue reading

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Control of Open Repositories

Are open access repositories the new front in the battle for control of the scholarly communication ecosystem? It appears so based on the volley of outrage to two new initiatives. Now that the commercial publishing corporations such as Elsevier and … Continue reading

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Conference Reflections

I mentioned a few posts back that Barbara and I would each attend conferences in early March that help us connect Dartmouth and the Dartmouth Academic Commons to a wider community. We both just returned from said conferences, saturated with new … Continue reading

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Connecting the Dartmouth Academic Commons to a wider community

[Open repository work at Dartmouth is transitioning. For the most current information about the status of open repository development for the Dartmouth faculty scholarship, please see: https://www.dartmouth.edu/~library/schcomm/DDC.html] Recently, I wrote a two-part piece for the Dartmouth Library Muse blog about the Dartmouth … Continue reading

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