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Research & Scholarship

Find Open Research with SHARE

February 28th, 2017 by Mary Decarlo

Ever wish you could easily search across numerous open access repositories and publishers to find not only preprints, but also published research and other creative work? Now you can use SHARE to discover research in multiple repositories that is freely available to all.

SHARE is an interdisciplinary science and social sciences initiative. Its aim is to make research widely “accessible, discoverable, and reusable” by sharing research activity across the life cycle and to encourage collaboration and discovery. Creative works include (but are not limited to) data sets, software, as well as more traditional works, such as preprints, published articles, dissertation and theses. All are freely available.

Sources for the research work in SHARE includes university repositories, preprint archives, publishers, and government agencies.

Using the Advanced Search will allow you to search and filter your results by type of output. This may be particularly helpful if you are looking for data, software, or a particular type of publication. You may also look up research by author. There is much to explore in SHARE.

Please visit the FAQ page for more information on using SHARE.

SHARE is a partnership between the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and the Center for Open Science (COS).

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