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Scholarly Communications

To assist with navigating the complexities of scholarly publishing, data management, open access texts and resources and digital humanities the Kathryn A. Martin Library is happy to have the services and skills of Jodi Carlson Grebinoski, our Scholarly Communications Librarian. See her research guide here, or set up an appointment with Jodi to discuss any of the following:

  • Copyright
  • Open Access
  • Publishing
  • Digital Scholarship

University Digital Conservancy

Transition from d-commons to University Digital Conservancy (UDC)
The d-Commons, UMD’s institutional repository, has merged with the University of Minnesota Twin Cities University Digital Conservancy (UDC).  This online service and space will permit the Kathryn A. Martin Library to continue its rich legacy of collecting, preserving, and making information accessible to students, faculty, researchers, and community members. The University Digital Conservancy provides free public access and long-term preservation to works created at the University.

The Data Repository for University of Minnesota (DRUM) is a publicly available collection of digital research data generated by U of M researchers, students, and staff. Anyone can search and download the data housed in the repository, instantly or by request.

University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing

University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing Services supports the creation of scholarly publications such as journals, books, dynamic scholarly serials, and textbooks.

Library Research Guides for Scholarly Communications

Resources and information about copyright, research data management and open access resources can be found on the Scholarly Communications page.

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