Please join the Lafayette College Libraries Digital Humanities Community of Practice Wed., March 22 at noon for a Zoom session on repositories, including the Lafayette Digital Repositories.
While journal articles and conference presentations remain the most important channels for sharing scholarly research, increasingly the underlying data from research endeavors is expected (or mandated) to be published as well. This session will be presented by Nora Zimmerman, digital repository librarian and will go over:
1.) The different types of repositories and their general role within the research-sharing landscape
2.) The various research outputs that are beneficial to share and how to get your work ready for deposit
3.) Journal policies and funding agency requirements related to sharing your research
4.) Techniques for increasing and measuring the scholarly impact of your research.