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Modeling Tools to Ensure that Open Access Scholarly Publications are Publicly Useful: The Design and Impact of an OA Discovery Layer, Based at Texas A&M University Libraries
The Texas A&M University Libraries has developed and implemented a search portal (OAK Search) that bypasses the need for authentication and allows a user to search through a collection of open access materials. Working ...
Diving into Data: Implementing a Data Repository at the Texas Digital Library
The need for Data Management services is one of two large‐scale needs consistently expressed by members of the Texas Digital Library (TDL), a consortium of academic libraries throughout the state. In particular, members ...
Scholars@TAMU, an Integrated Research Information Management System, as Sociotechnical System: Contextualized Use Cases for Different Disciplinary Communities
Scholars@TAMU is a new research information management system (RIM) at Texas A&M that compiles scholarly expertise profiles for faculty and other research investigators to improve the discoverability of scholarly expertise, ...
Open access: necessary but insufficient for societal impact and serving specific communities?
The internet has brought great change to human society, but even after 20 years, the impact of the internet has been uneven. As attributed to William Gibson, The future is already here it's just not very evenly distributed ...
Characterizing College-level Research Strengths Using Data from a Research Information Management System
Texas A&M University (TAMU) Libraries recently launched a research information management (RIM) system, Scholars@TAMU, which contains TAMU faculty scholarly information (e.g., their academic backgrounds, publications, ...