The Libraries’ Digital Scholarship & Publishing services aim to: support your digital projects with the use of existing resources and through the creation of new content; increase the visibility of your research and scholarship online; ensure that data produced during the research process is accessible and compliant with grant requirements; and provide guidance on copyright and publishing options available to you as a researcher and author.
Clemson Libraries offer several services related to data that researchers produce in the course of their projects. We offer training opportunities throughout the year and are available to come to your class or lab group to talk about topics such as reproducibility, Open Data, documenting and preserving data, finding and using datasets, ORCID, and licensing your data for use by others. Visit the Data Services page to learn more.
Digital Projects Support
Clemson Libraries provide a suite of services and resources to assist you in developing, creating, and enhancing your digital projects and research. These services include support for digital humanities projects, digitization of unique items or collections, using media production tools, and digital literacy awareness and instruction. Visit the Digital Projects Support page to learn how to get involved.
Publishing & Copyright
Publishing at Clemson Libraries consists of a suite of services designed to help Clemson researchers increase the impact of their works through open online dissemination. We assist Clemson researchers in taking advantage of the new types of scholarship and modes of dissemination made possible through advances in technology and eliminating copyright barriers to digital information. Visit the Publishing & Copyright page for more.