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Many publishers now allow authors to deposit a pre-print version or the accepted (post peer-review) version of their article into institutional repositories. This increases impact and visibility, as it allows all readers to access the article regardless of their access to subscription resources.
Tufts faculty, researchers, students and staff can deposit scholarship into the Tufts Digital Library (TDL) in order to make it more widely available and to preserve it in context with other Tufts scholarship. Find out more about contributing articles and other scholarship here.
Federal mandates require researchers to share their data and placing it in a repository will ensure that it is publicly accessible. Below is a list of major research data repositories.
Not comprehensive, a selection of major subject-specific data repositories:
Not sure where your data should go? Use these resources to browse by discipline and find a data repository that's right for you:
If you're planning on publishing, it's important to establish a unique author/researcher ID. ORCID is an open, non-profit, interdisciplinary, global initiative that provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher and, through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognized.
Tisch can help with any questions or concerns that come up for you in the course of the publishing process.
Use the tabs on the left to browse the resources in this guide, or get in touch with us at any time.