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Researcher Support

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Get connected with the ASU Library experts and resources you need for your research and publishing activities. We support ASU’s mission for Open Science and Scholarship and partner with ASU’s Knowledge Enterprise to maximize the quality, productivity, and accessibility of ASU’s research community. We provide guidance and best practices for improving compliance with funder and government requirements for public access to research and scholarship.

As you develop your ideas and set your research agenda, make sure you know what expertise, tools and resources are available to set you up for success every step of the way. Reach us at researchsupport@asu.edu or use our contact button to request a consultation.

Researcher Support is facilitated by the Open Science and Scholarly Communication division within Engagement and Learning Services.

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Celebrate Love Data Week 2024

Join the ASU Library Research Support Team and the Knowledge Enterprise Research Data Management Office as we celebrate all types of data during Love Data Week 2024  from Feb. 12 to the 16th.  Have you ever felt your data doesn't get the love it deserves? Have you found data you thought was worth b...

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Perks of open access publishing

The standard process of academic publishing is pretty predictable: the researcher develops their idea and conducts a study, submits their article to their dream journal, gets rejected, makes edits and incorporates feedback to their article, and sends it to the next journal until someone says yes– an...

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Uncle Sam wants you! How you can help the federal government with science

When you hear the word 'scientist,' a particular image comes to mind: an individual donning a white lab coat surrounded by tubes, beakers, and Petri dishes. Perhaps someone with a background of years of schooling and lab hours. But what if I told you that you can be a scientist, regardless of educat...

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Open science and research ethics

Recently, a collection of reproduced documents from the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment became available as a digital collection through the National Library of Medicine. The USPHS Untreated Syphilis Study at Tuskegee is notorious for its utter lack of ethics. It started in 1932 and initially involved ...