The IU Libraries provide free hosting and consultation support to IU researchers and organizations who are interested in publishing their own online open access journal. Support services include:
- E-journal start-up consultation
- Print to e-journal migration consultation
- Copyright and intellectual property consultation
- Journal management software training
- Multimedia content support and preservation
- ISSN and DOI registration
- Discoverability enhancement
- Usage statistics
Indiana University offers both restricted and Open Access cloud storage and preservation solutions for IU-affiliated researchers, free of charge. Alternatively, consultations with our team can help researchers find the right third-party data storage, preservation, and access solutions to meet their needs. We also offer workshops and one-on-one consultations on how to meet Data Management Plan requirements set forth by grant funding agencies such as the NSF and NEH. IU researchers can use the DMPTool (Data Management Plan Tool) to help in the generation of such plans. Consultations may be made with firstname.lastname@example.org regarding data management plans.
Image Collections Online showcases image collections curated by libraries, archives, and other cultural-heritage institutions of Indiana University. ICO includes a variety of historical photographs and images of cultural objects from the Lilly Library, the IU Archives, the Archives of African American Music and Culture, the Liberian Collections, the IU Map Collections, and others. Collection managers interested in submitting their collections for inclusion in ICO should contact the IU Libraries' Digital Collections Services department.
The Archives of Institutional Memory is a digital repository for disseminating and preserving official Indiana University records with long-term, indefinite administrative, legal, fiscal or historical value. AIM manages and distributes digital items and allows for indexing and searching of the files and associated metadata to locate and retrieve the items. AIM is supported by the IU Office of University Archives and Records Management, the IU Libraries and the Digital Library Program.
IUPUIScholarWorks is the institutional repository for the IUPUI campus. IUPUIScholarWorks shares over 5,000 articles, posters, reports, theses, educational materials and historical documents submitted by members of the campus community. For more information, contact email@example.com.
IUPUIDataWorks is a repository for preserving and sharing IUPUI digital research data. It is dedicated to making research data available for other researchers and the public to find and use. IUPUIDataWorks is also a tool enabling researchers to meet funding agency requirements for data preservation and sharing. The repository is managed by the IUPUI University Library Center for Digital Scholarship.
The IUPUI University Library provides a free software system for publishing peer reviewed open access journals. The software platform is based on the same Open Journal System (OJS) used by IUScholarWorks Journals, an efficient and accessible journal management and publishing platform pioneered by the Public Knowledge Project.
Opus: Research and Creativity at IPFW is the institutional repository for the IPFW campus. It is a collaborative effort between the Office of Academic Affairs, Office of Research, Engagement and Sponsored Programs, and the Helmke Library. Opus is part of the mission of the university to raise IPFW’s national profile through open access to the academic and creative accomplishments of IPFW faculty and students. It also provides a centralized system that allows the IPFW community to manage and preserve digital scholarship in its many formats.