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eScholarship@Morgan: Information for faculty & staff

eScholarship@Morgan is an institutional repository for scholarship created by the faculty, students, and staff of Morgan State University.

What can be stored in the repository

  • published articles & book chapters
  • unpublished works
  • multimedia files
  • teaching materials
  • Open Educational Resources (OERs)
  • data sets
  • alternative content
    (e.g. working papers, conference papers, technical reports, posters, & presentations)

Reasons to contribute to the repository

eScholarship@Morgan offers a global platform for your scholarship. The Earl S. Richardson Library & the MD-SOAR team will ensure that your submissions meet the open access requirements of funding agencies, as well as keep your work backed up and accessible in the long-term.

By submitting to eScholarship@Morgan, you can:

  • Quickly distribute your research & teaching materials
  • Get top search results in Google and Google Scholar
  • See your research cited more frequently
  • Avoid broken links in citing your work
  • Eliminate the need to maintain your work on a personal computer or website
  • Secure your datasets
  • Meet the open access requirements of research funding agencies
  • Store and share alternative or unpublished content

Subject Guide

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Marcus Ladd
Contact:
221 Richardson Library
Morgan State University
1700 E. Cold Spring Ln.
Baltimore, MD 21251
marcus.ladd@morgan.edu
(443) 885-1706
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