Research Distancing Support Through University Libraries IT Systems
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Now that faculty have likely responded to the immediate needs of moving their courses online, many will consider how they can manage their research programs while sheltering at home. For some faculty, their normal research practices may be difficult to replicate at home. The University Libraries have expertise in information management and the design and implementation of information technology systems that help make Texas A&M research discoverable, curated and preserved; help enhance the scholarly identity of Texas A&M scholars and students; and increase the global reach and societal impact of research teams. We provide specialized IT systems, and training and guidance on workflows and standards. University Libraries IT systems and expertise is a resource for researchers looking to adapt their research practices while sheltering at home. Our systems support open science and open scholarship practices that support efficient information management by research teams and increase the transparency and accessibility of Texas A&M’s scholarly research. Below, Libraries systems and services are organized by major stages of the research lifecycle.
Herbert, Bruce; Watts, John (2020). Research Distancing Support Through University Libraries IT Systems. Available electronically from
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