Monthly Archives: October 2016

Why Open Data Should Matter to You

We hope you’ve enjoyed this month’s posts on “Open in Action” from the Scholarly Communications Office. We’ve talked about open access at Emory, the benefits of using OpenEmory, plus how to increase your scholarly impact and manage your author’s rights. Today, we close our series by turning our attention to Open Data. There is an…

Meet 2016-2017 Woodruff Fellow – Chris Brown

This is the first post in a series of interviews conducted by the Woodruff Library with the 2016-2017 Woodruff Library and Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS) Fellows. Funded by the Laney Graduate School School, the Woodruff Library and Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS) awards fellowships to advanced graduate students expecting to complete their dissertations…

Managing Your Rights to Openly Share Your Research

So far, in our Open Access Week blog series, we’ve discussed what “open access” is and how it can increase your scholarly impact, and you might be ready to have us deposit all your articles into OpenEmory . Today, we’ll switch gears and focus on your legal rights as an author and how managing those…

Publishing the Open Access Way: Increase Your Impact!

If you’ve been following our Open Access Week blog series, you now have an overview of Open Access at Emory and why faculty should use OpenEmory, Emory’s open access repository of faculty scholarship. Do you wonder how you might get started publishing your scholarship open access? Today, we’ll explore how to identify and evaluate open…

Eight Good Reasons Why Emory Faculty Authors Should Use OpenEmory

The theme of this year’s International Open Access Week  (October 24–30) is Open in Action. As part of our contribution to this celebration, the Scholarly Communications Office (SCO) is posting weekly blogs that showcase the achievements, benefits, and power of Open Access at Emory. This week we’re highlighting OpenEmory, an open access digital repository of scholarly…