Digital Scholarship Blogs
How IUPUI is supporting researchers meet the requirements of the Final NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing
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In October 2020, the NIH released an updated data policy that affects all extramural (and intramural) research funded in whole or part by the NIH. On January 25, 2023, the policy took effect for all new applications.
Open Access Week 2022
Each year the international community of open access advocates comes together to celebrate Open Access Week. The theme for this year is Open for Climate Justice.
Where do you learn about environmental justice?
What is a superfund site? Where do combined sewer systems flow? Why are some areas of a city hotter than others?
25,000 ScholarWorks Items
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.
One Scholarly Publishing Tip for (New) IUPUI Faculty
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.
Did ResearchGate Take Your Article Down?
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 happened at ResearchGate (RG)—a widely used academic social networking site. Two large, for-profit publishing companies (Elsevier and ACS) sent a pile of copyright takedown notices to ResearchGate.