Repository for Data Sharing Available to IUPUI

The Center for Digital Scholarship recently launched IUPUI DataWorks. As a supplement to the Center's Data Services Program, IUPUI DataWorks provides a tool whereby researchers may share data for reuse. IUPUI DataWorks is a great way to make your data available to a world of researchers. This data repository helps you keep track of how people use your data and ensures that you will have a stable link to provide to potential collaborators. For more information about our Data Services or about IUPUI DataWorks, contact us at DataWorks

Last updated by andjsmit on 11/21/2013

University Library and campus partners jump-start open access publishing at IUPUI

Open Access logoThe University Library and key campus partners have started a fund to support the publication of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis scholarship in peer-reviewed open access journals. A pilot program that encourages diverse participation across schools on the campus will make $47,000 available to IUPUI faculty over the next two years.

The IUPUI Open Access Fund will underwrite reasonable publication charges for articles published in fee-based, peer-reviewed journals that are openly accessible. This fund addresses changes in scholarly communications while increasing the impact of and access to scholarship created by IUPUI faculty. Key campus stakeholders, including the IUPUI University Library, the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, IU School of Dentistry and the Robert H. McKinney School of Law, are providing the financial backing for the fund.

Last updated by andjsmit on 11/21/2013

State Fair 1917

The Indiana State Fair has been around since 1852. See what the fair was like in 1917 through the Indianapolis News State Fair Special.

Much has changed and much has stayed the same at the fair over the years.

Patriotism at the State Fair

Even the advertisements are fascinating.

Last updated by andjsmit on 11/21/2013

Service to others

I am currently working on a service oriented project ! Southern University of New Orleans is, believe it or not, still recovering from Hurricane Katrina! Their library is housed in trailers , four years after the storm. I hope to do some fundraising, and collect resources for them. If you are interested in helping with this project send me an email! I hope to have a Scholastic Book fair organized for the spring  with all funds going to SUNO.

Last updated by andjsmit on 11/15/2013


Hello everyone and welcome back for another great year at IUPUI, or if this is your first year welcome aboard! My name is Autumn Langley and I am one of the new Diversity Scholars at the library. I look forward to a productive year full of enriching experiences, getting to know new people, and enhancing friendships with the wonderful people I have met here on campus.
Last updated by alangley on 08/27/2009