The Library will add works to ScholarWorks@UMBC for you. If faculty have previously sent a list of publications, or link to a list of publications, they do not need to do anything. Each year, library staff will automatically add new works, contacting faculty for anything as need.
If the library has not yet gone through a faculty member’s works, please send Michelle Flinchbaugh firstname.lastname@example.org any of the following:
- A list of published works (including works previous to working at UMBC). They accept links to a publications website, a public Google Scholar page, a CV, or just paste a list into an email.
- Unpublished works with the files attached. These can be reports, lab notes, data, presentation slides, posters, etc.
- Links to free articles or papers about research, current work, grants, awards, department, program, lab, or center or about UMBC.
- The name and email address of students who have submitted outstanding papers or projects for any classes, and library staff will include the student’s work in ScholarWorks@UMBC. Include the name and number of the course and the name of the assignment.
Digital Scholarship Services:
Digital Scholarship Services Website
The Digital Scholarship Services website includes information on ScholarWorks@UMBC, information and links for all of the below services, plus more.
- Guide to Submitting Works to Scholarworks@UMBC
- Copyright Libguide
- Guide to Open Access
- Guide to ORCID
- Guide to Research Data
Save Time! There are a bunch of fast and easy ways to quickly load lots of works’ citations into ORCID then into Digital Measures. Many publishers and professional organizations can also automatically load materials into ORCID if given permission. ORCID is a type of author identifier, so be sure to use the preferred author’s name to use on publications and indicate the University of Maryland, Baltimore County as the employer. For more information on ORCID or instructions on how to set up your ORCID, see https://lib.guides.umbc.edu/c.php?g=1047837.
UMBC Faculty Expert Search Tool
UMBC now has Faculty Expert Database. Faculty can turn on this listing feature so that it draws information from Digital Measures by visiting umbc.edu/go/directory-info and under Profile Format select Digital Measures. Directory information, Personal and Contact Information, and other Digital Measures items that have been specifically selected will display in the public profile. Full instructions are here: How to update your profile in UMBC’s new faculty expert search tool
Guide to Research Data
Information on where to find data, and how to cite data. Additionally, we have information on topics in research data management, such as data management plans, documentation, file organization and version control. Finally the Library provides information on several free tools for data integration, analysis and visualization.
Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR)
UMBC has a membership in ICSPR, an international consortium of about 700 academic institutions and research organizations. ICPSR provides leadership and training in data access, curation, and methods of analysis for the social science research community. ICPSR maintains a data archive of more than 500,000 files of research in the social sciences.