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Getting Published

tips and resources for navigating the process of academic publishing

Reference Management

Identity Management

A prominent online presence helps you share your work through increased visibility, track your impact in the field, and network with others. It also fosters an identifiable personal brand; allowing you to market your achievements. A variety of social networks and other tools help you reach an increasingly varied audience beyond traditional scholarly outlets. 

Remember a social networking site is not a digital repository. Sites like and Research Gate are powerful tools for sharing your work. However, online platforms do not properly substitute for a digital repository's stable and reliable long-term accessibility. Here are some suggested services, all with different strengths and weaknesses.

Consult these library guides for information about more sustainable repositories. 

Data Management

Other tools

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