University of Washington
University of Washington Libraries
Scholarly Communication & Publishing2020 CONTACT:
Gordon J. Aamot, Director, Scholarly Communication & Publishing
The University of Washington Libraries ResearchWorks Service provides faculty, researchers, and students tools to archive and/or publish the products of research including datasets, theses and dissertations, monographs, images, journal articles, and technical reports.
Location: United States
Organization: services distributed across several campuses
Stage (1-3): 2 - Early
Open Access Focus (1-5): 5 - Completely
Program Advisory/Editorial Board: No
Staffing (in Full Time Equivalents):
- Professional staff: 1.5
- Graduate students: 0.25
- Library Operating Budget: 100%
Publishing ActivitiesTypes of publications: ETDs; faculty conference papers and proceedings; textbooks.
|Campus-based Faculty-driven Journal||2|
|Campus-based Student-driven Journals|
|Faculty Conference Papers and Proceedings|
|Journals for External Groups||1|
|Student Conference Papers and Proceedings|
|Undergraduate Capstones/Honors Theses||30|
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.
Library-Administered University Press Publications:
For journals, include titles that published at least one article in the last twelve months. For other publication types, report items that were published or added to your repository for the first time within the last twelve months.
- Monographs: 49
- ETDs (all departments)
- Journal of Indo-Pacific Archaeology (journal)
- Slovene Studies (journal)
- Advances in Classification Research Online (journal)
- Southeast Asia
- information studies
PartnersInternal Partners: campus departments or programs; individual faculty; graduate students; undergraduate students
University Press Partners: University of Washington Press
Openess to Partners: Consider external partners if there is a tie to my institution (e.g. local editor of a journal for an external scholarly society)
Technologies & Services
- bepress (Digital Commons)
- DOI assignment/allocation of identifiers