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Scholar Commons | University of South Florida Research

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Scholar Commons, a service of the University of South Florida Tampa Library, is a virtual showcase for USF's research and creative energies. Members of the USF academic community are encouraged to contribute any completed scholarship for long-term preservation and worldwide electronic accessibility.


ROAR ID: 4566
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Repository Type: Research Institutional or Departmental
Additional Information: What is the project’s mission? The USF Tampa Library strives to develop and encourage research collaboration and initiatives throughout all areas of campus. Members of the USF community are encouraged to deposit their research with Scholar Commons. We commit to assisting faculty and students in all stages of the deposit process, to managing their work to optimize access/readership, and to ensure long-term preservation. Long-term preservation and increasing accessibility will increase citation rates and highlight the research accomplishes of this campus. Scholar Commons will have a direct impact on the University’s five strategic priorities: student success, research and innovation, community engagement, global literacy and impact, and integrated, interdisciplinary inquiry. What is the project’s vision? Scholar Commons will provide digital preservation and access, open or restricted, to all scholarly works produced by the University of South Florida Community. We want to grow Scholar Commons to be a vehicle to drive research communication across disciplines and the globe.
Software: Bepress (version other)
Country: North America > United States
United States
Birth Date1: 24 September 2010 00:00:00 UTC
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Record Creator: User 1340
1Birth Date is either when the repository was first registered in ROAR or the earliest record found via the OAI-PMH interface.
2Deposit activity measures the number of days in the last year that had "low" (1-9), "medium" (10-99) or "high" (100+) numbers of records deposited.

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