Dartmouth College

Scholarly Communication, Copyright, and Publishing

2020 CONTACT:
Shawn Martin, Head of Scholarly Communication, Copyright, and Publishing
Phone: 603-646-2132
Email: shawn.j.martin@dartmouth.edu

Program Overview

Dartmouth Library’s Scholarly Communication Program engages diverse voices, encourages student contribution, and empowers the Dartmouth community to build a more equitable and sustainable research ecosystem.

Publishing Activities Began: 2002
Location: United States
Organization: services distributed across campus
Stage (1-3): 3 - Established
Open Access Focus (1-5): 4 - Very Important
Program Advisory/Editorial Board: No
Peer Reviewed Journals: 100%

Staffing (in Full Time Equivalents):
  • Professional staff: 2.5
Funding Sources for Publishing Activities:
  • Library Materials Budget: 10%
  • Endowment Income: 10%
  • Other: 80%

Publishing Activities

Types of publications: campus-based faculty-driven journals; campus-based student-driven journals; faculty conference papers and proceedings; monographs; student conference papers and proceedings; technical/research reports.

  2019 Open Access Paid Hybrid
Campus-based Faculty-driven Journal2
Campus-based Student-driven Journals4
Databases
ETDs
Faculty Conference Papers and Proceedings
Journals for External Groups
Monographs4
Newsletters
Student Conference Papers and Proceedings
Technical/Research Reports
Textbooks
Undergraduate Capstones/Honors Theses

2019: New publications from July 2018 to June 2019. Journals include titles actively publishing during the date range. Other publication types include items that were published or added to repositories for the first time within the date range.

OA/Paid/Hybrid: Publications currently published and/or available online. OA (open access) publications do not include counts for hybrid publications. Hybrid publications are those that may be offered in some form as OA, but are also available as a paid version.

Highlights

Top Publications:
  • Jewelry Design Books of Jaques and Marcus, 1890 to 1910 (digital book project)
  • The Brut Chronicle (digital project)
  • Linguistic Discovery (journal)
  • Shock and Awe: American Exceptionalism and the Imperatives of the Spectacle in Mark Twain’s "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court" by William V. Spanos (digital book)
  • Occom Circle Project (digital collection)
Disciplinary Specialties:
  • linguistics
  • electronic or “new” media
  • Native American history
  • history of Arctic exploration
  • humanities

Partners

Internal Partners: campus departments or programs; individual faculty; graduate students; undergraduate students


Openess to Partners: Open to working with any external partner

Technologies & Services

Media Formats:
  • audio
  • concept maps or other visualizations
  • data
  • images
  • modeling
  • multimedia/interactive content
  • text
  • video
Softwares & Platforms:
  • CONTENTdm
  • Scalar
  • WordPress
  • bepress (Digital Commons)
  • locally developed software

Highlighted Publication

Jewelry Design Books of Jaques and Marcus, 1890 to 1910

These design books—Jewelry Design Books of Jaques and Marcus, 1890 to 1910—contain pen and ink drawings of jewelry with wash and pigment coloration. Each design was custom-made for clients and the designs were later pasted into the volumes. These books are an important source for researching the work of Jaques and Marcus, but also offer inspiration and ideas for other work.

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