Cyberinfrastructure-based research has infinitely increased the amount of data being collected and analyzed. Growing demands, both social and political, are driving the importance of sharing the information. But who should have access to it, how long should its shelf life be, and how will other researchers access it? Those questions can be addressed through two [...]
As a service to the Purdue campus community, the Purdue University Libraries provide Purdue e-Pubs (www.purdue.edu/epubs), an online repository where researchers can upload and provide online access to papers, presentations, reports, and more. Purdue e-Pubs is already home to a growing body of freely accessible article manuscripts, technical reports, working papers, conference proceedings and students’ [...]
The Library Scholars Grant Program was established in 1985 by the 50th anniversary gift of members of the Class of 1935, and the class has been continuously supportive of this fund for the past 26 years. This program supports access to unique collections of information around the world for untenured and recently tenured Purdue faculty [...]
What was Amelia Earhart’s mother doing on Thanksgiving of 1943? View her letter to George Palmer Putnam here.
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