The Digital Scholarship and Communications Office (DiSC) at the Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries supports faculty and students to learn and use digital tools to discover, organize, share, and publish their research and data. DiSC offers training and consultation on topics such as data curation, text mining, geographic information systems, project management, open access publishing, copyright, and scholarly repositories.
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Learn new tools and techniques in the field of scholarly communications and digital scholarship and find a list of digital resources and tutorials.
Vanderbilt University's Institutional Repository (VUIR) is an open-access repository of the University's intellectual output. Learn how to archive your pre-prints, post-prints, data, and other scholarly work.
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