News from the Center for Digital Scholarship
The second quarter of 2014 is behind us. It's time to tally up the submissions to IUPUIScholarWorks! While working furiously to upgrade our DSpace version (again, version 4 coming soon), we also uploaded a healthy collection of scholarly materials--now free to readers from around the world. Here's what's new for the second quarter of 2014:
Scholarly Articles: 185
Dissertations & Theses: 83
Posters, presentations & other gray literature: 59
That's 327 new items this quarter--bringing our year-to-date total up to 608 items.
Of the items submitted within the last 12 months, the following drew the most web traffic during this quarter:
Starbuck, John M., et al. (2014, April 11). 3D Assessment of Nasopharyngeal and Craniofacial Phenotypes in Ts65Dn Down Syndrome Mice Treated with a Dyrk1a Inhibitor. Retrieved from: http://hdl.handle.net/1805/4294 [Poster: 88 page views; 28 downloads]
Zhu, Liugen & Sara Anne Hook. (2014, April 1). GREAT expectations: promoting active and collaborative in learning online and face-to-face courses. Retrieved from: http://hdl.handle.net/1805/4205 [Presentation and handouts: 83 page views; 164 downloads]
Krieger, Amanda I. (2014). Kinetic family drawing comparisons of students who are deaf with signing parents and students who are deaf with non-signing parents. Retrieved from: http://hdl.handle.net/1805/4474 [Thesis: 79 page views; 49 downloads]
Vernon, Theresa Lynn. (2013). La enseñanza de la lectura en una segunda lengua : la importancia de la conciencia y el control metacognitivo en la comprensión del texto narrativo (versión cuento) y el texto expositivo. Retrieved from: http://hdl.handle.net/1805/4524 [Thesis: 64 page views; 23 downloads]
Polley, Ted, et al. (2014, April 11). Mining the Indianapolis Recorder: an exploratory study of a digital humanities dataset. Retrieved from: http://hdl.handle.net/1805/4263 [Poster: 57 page views; 59 downloads]
We're looking to upload 1,000 items this year. If you're affiliated with IUPUI, this is a great time to get your work online with IUPUIScholarWorks: https://scholarworks.iupui.edu/. Contact us, get an account & share your scholarship far and wide.
-- Jere Odell
Last updated by andjsmit on 11/21/2013