Data Services is a new addition to the library’s high-end research support, and will continue to grow and expand. The resource highlighted in this piece, DMPTool, is a good starting point for researchers.
Open access is more than a buzzword — it’s changing how faculty are approaching publication.
These new, updated, or expanded resources represent only a small piece of the library’s growing collections, and more are coming online all the time.
Our Meet the Author series presents a unique opportunity for collaboration between university departments, colleges, and other units to go beyond the classroom and engage with the Northeastern community.
A new Archives and Special Collections Department acquisition, the records of the Hispanic Office of Planning and Evaluation, Inc. (HOPE), is a vital Latino collection that the Archives had been pursuing for more than a decade.
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