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The Data Services Program is available to support researchers in meeting the NSF Data Management Plan requirement. We offer individual consultations for development and implementation of Data Management Plans that utilize available infrastructure at IUPUI. We are also happy to review Data Management Plans and provide feedback prior to submission. Plans can be submitted to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for review. Please send a brief project description (1-2 paragraphs) along with your plan. Allow a minimum of 3 business days for review. For better results, consult us as early in the proposal development process as possible.
Last updated by hcoates on 10/25/2012
The Data Services Program was established in the fall of 2011 to support IUPUI researchers in meeting the data management and sharing requirements of various funding agencies. Support is available for your data needs across the research life cycle through the following services and resources.
Last updated by hcoates on 03/05/2013
Datasets will be stored in IUPUIScholarWorks
IUPUIScholarWorks is one way in which IUPUI is addressing the research communities' need for new outlets in scholarly communication. It is an institutional digital repository which employs the DSpace open source software (freeware) created by MIT and Hewlett Packard in 2000. IUPUI is in good company as Cambridge University, Columbia University, Cornell University, University of Washington, and Edinburgh University have also selected DSpace as a means for establishing their own institution's digital repository.
The technical aspects of maintaining the repository's infrastructure and ensuring submitted items are digitally preserved are handled by the experts at University Library.
Last updated by klpalmer on 10/12/2010
Have you completed a research project where you collected data from studies, surveys or experiments?
Does your National Science Foundation, National Instiute of Health, or other grant funded research require a data sharing or preservation component?
Are you affiliated with IUPUI as a current student, staff, or faculty member and was this project completed in the scope of this affiliation?
Do you need a convenient, public, and long term online storage place for raw or manipulated datasets in a variety of formats?
If you answered yes to these questions, then you are in the right place!
Last updated by hcoates on 01/26/2012
Convert a file to PDF
- In Acrobat, do one of the following:
- Choose File > Create PDF > From File.
- In the toolbar, click the Create button and choose PDF From File.
- In the Open dialog box, select the file. You can browse all file types or select a specific type from the Files Of Type menu.
- Optionally, click Settings to change the conversion options. The options available vary depending on the file type.
Last updated by andjsmit on 02/11/2010
Last updated by klpalmer on 09/08/2011
Current Writings, Interviews, and Research Regarding Open Access:
- Journals and Repositories: An Evolving Relationship. It is now widely accepted that there are two routes to o
Last updated by kisthomp on 11/02/2009
Open-access (OA) literature is digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions.
Last updated by jdodell on 03/05/2013
Total Funds Available: $25,000
As a means of supporting the open access, use, and further promotion of IUPUI faculty scholarship, University Library is offering grants to support the digitization and online organization of collections related to faculty scholarship. More on IUPUI University Library's Program of Digital Scholarship can be found at: http://www.ulib.iupui.edu/digitalscholarship.
Projects that meet the criteria below will be funded on a first come first serve basis. The project approval deadline is June 30, 2012, with project completion deadlines as appropriate and determined during coordination with Jenny Johnson, Digital Initiatives Project Coordinator.
The maximum available for a single project is $5,000. This amount can be used to cover the costs of digitization, metadata creation, and other tasks as needed.
Last updated by klpalmer on 11/07/2011
The missions of both IUPUI University Library and the IUPUI campus necessitate the existence and support of a program of digital scholarship. In a rapidly changing information and scholarly communication environment, propelled by the research pursuits and scholarly interests of IUPUI's students, faculty, and community members, it is vital that University Library, University Library Librarians, and University Library Staff extend traditional library activities into the digital environment.
Defining Digital Scholarship 1
Last updated by jennajoh on 08/12/2009