Tag: Via Sapientiae

“Open” at DePaul

This year, we celebrate International Open Access Week (October 24 – 30, 2016) and its 2016 theme, “Open in Action,” through a number of projects, programs, and investments “in the open.” Working with our faculty colleagues, the DePaul University Library will continue to highlight and support initiatives designed to promote the “free,

One Million Downloads in Via

One Million and Counting

Earlier this year, we reached a significant milestone in the development of a library service program in which DePaul University faculty have played a key part – the one-millionth full-text download from our institutional repository, Via. Via is the cornerstone of our expanding platform for promoting library publishing, providing scholarly

Scaling Up for Digital Scholarship

The DePaul University Library has provided access to digital resources and digital services, including electronic journals, virtual research consultations and online tutorials, for more than a decade, but it has only been in recent years that we have established a sustainable approach to providing an increasing array of digital scholarship

Via Sapientiae

Providing Open Access to Your Publications

I recently teamed up with University of Illinois at Chicago librarian Paula Dempsey to publish an article in the journal portal: Libraries and the Academy.  Our article, ““I Felt Like Such a Freshman”: First-Year Students Crossing the Library Threshold,” discusses how the students in our sample manifested particular “threshold concepts”