The IUScholarWorks Repository is now providing usage statistics for all items. When viewing an item (such as: http://hdl.handle.net/2022/3253), click on the link: View Usage Statistics in the bottom left corner of the navigation column. The data available includes:
- total monthly views
- downloads of the files attached to the records
- information about visitors from geographies: countries and cities
Currently the data provided includes April 2012 to present. We will soon incorporate the use data from 2006 to April 2012. Downloading the data is a future feature we hope to develop and provide.
We are excited to bring this new service to the Repository. Please contact us with any questions: email@example.com.
The IUScholarWorks Open Access Research Repository can be an excellent archive for IU conference and workshop presentations in whatever form they take. Often times these types of materials are difficult, perhaps impossible, to locate after the event. If there is value in preserving these materials and making them available at a permanent Internet location, please contact us.
To participate in the Repository, the rightsholder (in all likelihood, the presenter) needs to be able to accept the Repository’s non-exclusive license. While it is best to have the license accepted before the event, it is possible to track down presenters from past events in order for their materials to be archived.
It is not necessary to have every presentation from a conference or workshop archived in the Repository. It is possible to deposit the event program so that users may understand the full scope of the event when all presentations are not available. It is also possible for rightsholders to opt for a Creative Commons license to their work when they elect to archive them in the Repository.
If this service could extend the value of a conference or workshop, please contact IUScholarWorks staff. We will help devise a workflow for the responsible group that will result in a collection similar to the Latin American Music Center’s 50th Anniversary Cultural Counterpoints conference.
Beginning January 18, 2011, proposals submitted to National Science Foundation (NSF) must include a supplementary document of no more than two pages labeled “Data Management Plan”. This supplementary document should describe how the proposal will conform to NSF policy on the dissemination and sharing of research results. For full policy implementation, see the Grant Proposal Guide Chapter II.C.2.j.
The IU Libraries have worked with University Information Technology Service (UITS) and the Pervasive Technology Institute to develop templates and suggestions for completing the data management plan. For more information, see the knowledge base article here.