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Digital Publishing Initiatives at OSU is all about bringing cutting edge research and writing to wider audiences. We use a variety of digital publishing tools to make this happen. We also consult with authors looking to start academic journals, publish open access books, or create online exhibits of their work.
This project presents text and images from the diary of Marion Bernice Forest, who attended Oregon Agricultural College (OAC) from 1914-1918.
Untold Stories: Histories of students of Color at Oregon State University Campus Tour Guidebook documents the impact and contributions that students of color have had on campus. Researched and written by OSU students.
A collection of student-created digital humanities projects dedicated to the life and writings of Bernard Malumud.
A Photographic History of Oregon State University showcases a selection of photographs of OSU's 150 years as a land grant institution. This digital site supplements the over 500 images in A School for the People: A Photographic History of Oregon State University (OSU Press, 2015).
This site offers a visual tour of two volumes by Ellen Eisenberg published by Oregon State University Press in cooperation with Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education (OJMCHE).
Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities Open Book Program, Oregon State University Libraries and CALYX Press are partnering to digitize important literary works from the second and third waves of the feminist movement.
Forest Phytophthoras provides science-based information to aid in the understanding and management of the world’s forest Phytophthora species. While newly emerging, damaging species are the highest priority, information on other Phytophthoras is included in an attempt to gradually elucidate Phytophthoras’ diverse roles in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.
The Journal of Student Affairs Inquiry is an online, peer-reviewed publication for inquiry (i.e., assessment, evaluation, and research) in student affairs. This journal provides a scholarly space for addressing practice and theory in student affairs inquiry by highlighting both the universal (e.g., foundations of student affairs assessment) and the local (e.g., single-institution assessment projects).
We preserve conference proceedings in our institutional repository.
Contact Michael Boock (Michael.Boock@oregonstate.edu)
If you’re interested in pursuing your own project with us, or have questions about digital publishing at OSU, we offer consultation services.
Contact: Margaret Mellinger (Margaret.Mellinger@oregonstate.edu)
Contact us to discuss how to successfully integrate digital publishing assignments and projects into your course. We also how to successfully integrate digital publishing assignments and projects into your course. We also provide instructional materials and hands-on instruction.
Contact: Jane Nichols (Jane.Nichols@oregonstate.edu)
We provide support for assigning and managing Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) and other identifiers (ARK, Handle, ISSN) for publications, research data, and other digital objects.
Contact: Michael Boock (Michael.Boock@oregonstate.edu)
Interested in starting a new journal or converting a current journal to a new open access platform? We can help!
Contact: Cara Key (Cara.Key@oregonstate.edu)