Scholars’ Mine promotes, shares and preserves faculty research. Faculty can have an online research profile which makes research easily available to others. Online tools notify colleagues of new publications and provide readership and download statistics. Library professional preservation services and support ensure future availability.
Maximize Your Readership
Scholarship in Scholars' Mine ranks high in search results and is easily found by your peers. Simple follow features lets readers know about your newly added content.
Showcase Your Scholarship
Multimedia files and visual interface encourage readers to explore research. Showcase your areas of expertise with custom categories. Share your scholarly background and accomplishments
Measure Your Impact
Interactive author dashboard lets you learn more about your readers and share readership metrics for tenure review, promotion and more.
To start your profile page in SelectedWorks just send use your CV or a list of your works. Consider including additional information such as:
Send the information to firstname.lastname@example.org or call extension 7910.
In some cases, the publisher's version of you work cannot be placed in Scholars' Mine, but a preprint or post-print is permissible. An article in Scientific American provides more information about this.
The Library will use the information you provide to create your faculty profile. You will be contacted about the categories you might wish your research to be grouped in and how best to describe your research interests. Once you profile is complete and you have had an opportunity to review it the library will make it publicly available. You will have the option to manage and edit your profile or allow the library to manage it for you. Your profile belong to you and remains in your even if you leave Missouri S&T.
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