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What is the UNF Digital Commons
The UNF Digital Commons is an institutional repository. This provides a permanent and organized digital presence for the intellectual and creative output of the University of North Florida community. Research and scholarly material included here has been selected and deposited by individual faculty, the Special Collections of the library, and the departments and centers on campus. This repository provides a stable electronic location that is open to the entire academic community. All University of North Florida faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to publish work in the UNF Digital Commons.
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Thursday, Feb 9, 2012: Open Access Journal Publishing at USF: How We Do It, Why We Do ItThe University of South Florida Libraries provides open access journal publishing and support services through their repository, ScholarCommons@USF. In this webinar, learn more from Todd Chavez, Director of Academic Resources, about how his team has succe
Wednesday, Mar 21, 2012: New Directions: Library PublishingJournal publishing has proven to be an extremely valuable and popular service for libraries to provide their campuses. The result has been a dramatic growth in library-hosted journals. Accordingto the 2011 IMLS-funded report, “Library Publishing Service
Wednesday, Apr 18, 2012: Publishing with Digital CommonsDigital Commons is an institutional repository platform with publishing at its core. Join us to learn more about publishing with Digital Commons, and the benefits of integrating a library publishing program within an IR. The presentation will include: •
Wednesday, May 16, 2012: Journal make-over: practical steps to better journalsIn this webinar, learn the strategies that commercial publishers use to improve the profile and credibility of a journal. A few simple steps can make a significant difference for many journals. The presentation covers some best practices for organizing a
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