Texas ScholarWorks @utdigitalrepo Apr 14 Coronavirus article free access ‘doesn’t go far enough’ timeshighereducation.com/news/coronavir… via @timeshighered Texas ScholarWorks @utdigitalrepo Apr 13 Your Guide To Free Google Books (And Its Limitations)- bookriot.com/2020/04/13/fre… Texas ScholarWorks @utdigitalrepo Apr 10 Nature to join open-access Plan S, publisher says nature.com/articles/d4158… Texas ScholarWorks @utdigitalrepo Apr 9… read more
Texas ScholarWorks @utdigitalrepo 23h Creative Commons Interview with Dr. Lucie Guibault: What Scientists Should Know About Open Access infojustice.org/archives/42216 Texas ScholarWorks @utdigitalrepo Mar 30 Watch Zoe Saldaña & Eva Longoria Read Kids Books in Spanish as Part of the Save With Stories Campaign remezcla.com/film/eva-longo… via @remezcla Texas ScholarWorks @utdigitalrepo Mar 30 A Revolution in Science Publishing,… read more
Starting this month, we will create a digest every 2 weeks of the tweets we have sent out via Texas ScholarWorks and share it here. We try to find any interesting news pertaining to Open Access, archives, and libraries, in general. Remember, you can also follow us on Twitter here:… read more
We now have a feedback form for people to let us know what they think about Texas ScholarWorks. If you’ve used Texas ScholarWorks before and would like to share your feedback with us, please use the form.
Check out our first Texas Data Repository Annual Report, which reports on UT-Austin’s activities in the consortium over the last two years since its launch. https://hdl.handle.net/2152/74154 Some highlights include: • Many upgrades to Dataverse: currently at version 4.9.4 (thanks TDL!!) • 77 dataverses (collections), 430 datasets, and nearly 7000 files.… read more
With a name like open access, it goes without saying that accessing scholarly literature is not just an important piece of OA initiatives, but a primary goal. One popular method of ensuring access to open materials has been through the utilization of institutional repositories. Institutional repositories are “digital collections capturing and preserving… read more
We are offering digital scholarship office hours again this semester. Gilbert Borrego, Allyssa Guzman, Jessica Trelogan and Colleen Lyon will be available to answer any questions you may have about digital scholarship, Texas Data Repository, Texas ScholarWorks, research data services, or scholarly publishing. Here are the dates –all sessions are… read more
arXiv has announced they achieved a huge milestone in 2017 – their one billionth download! arXiv is a fantastic example of a successful pre-print repository. They have information about reaching that download milestone and other updates for 2018 in their January update. It’s important to remember that much of the… read more
If you have a question about Texas Data Repository, Texas ScholarWorks, managing your data, copyright, or open access come visit us today (10/18). We’ll be in PCL 3.120 from 10:00am-12:00pm.
In this video, European Studies and Digital Scholarship Librarian Ian Goodale talks about working with UT faculty and LBJ Library collections to build a website about the 1968 Czech revolt known as the Prague Spring. The full collection of the primary documents are available on Texas ScholarWorks.