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Scholarly Communication: ScholarsArchive@JWU

The process by which scholars and institutions create, disseminate, preserve, and utilize scholarship, research, and creative works.

Benefits of Contributing Work to the ScholarsArchive@JWU

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>> Citation Impact: Articles published in repositories are more visible, more accessible, have greater impact, and are cited more frequently.

>> Google and the ScholarsArchive@JWU software work together to maximize visibility of archived materials

>> Repositories offer powerful parallel distribution channels that complement print publishing and can ensure both the long term preservation and accessibility of scholarly work

>> Permanent URLs for easier dissemination

>> Copyrights remain with the author

>> Automated monthly download-statistics reports emailed to authors

>> No maintenance by authors required

Recent content added to ScholarsArchive@JWU

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Examples of Content

The following is examples of types of content and capabilities of the ScholarsArchive@JWU. Please contact the ScholarsArchive Coordinator for more information.


  • Peer-reviewed journals
  • Published articles when copyright and/or license allow*
  • Working papers
  • Conference proceedings
  • Event Management
  • Departmental and organizational newsletters
  • Graduate Student Dissertations & Theses
  • Undergraduate Student Honors projects
  • Image and archival collections in almost any publishable format
  • University strategic documents
  • Organizational annual reports
  • Datasets
  • Monographs


*The ScholarsArchive coordinator can assist authors to determine publisher permissions and provide guidance and resources for author addendums to existing publisher agreements.