Illinois Research and Scholarship (Open Community)
This collection contains all UIUC research and scholarship which doesn't currently fall under the jurisdiction of a specific community or collection in IDEALS.
All UIUC faculty, staff and graduate students are encouraged to immediately submit their research to this collection. The submitted work will be reviewed by a small group in the University Library to ensure that it falls within the scope of the IDEALS Collection Policy. In the future, their department or research center may choose to link to their research into a departmental-specific collection.
At this time, undergraduate students at UIUC must ask a faculty or staff member to submit their undergraduate research to this collection. In the future, we hope to also allow undergraduates to immediately submit their own research.
If you have any problems or questions with this collection, or are affliated with UIUC and unable to submit to this collection, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
(2016)Over the past decade large, searchable collections of primary texts have been embraced by virtually all literary scholars and this has led to changes in how scholarship is conducted. This article offers a partial history ...
(2016-04-27)Inveterate biomass data from an experiment deposited prior to article submission to journal.
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheetMicrosoft Excel 2007 (13kB)
(2016-04-19)This article presents a general overview of digital metadata and provenance data definitions. Ideas of general Internet user interaction with provenance and metadata are explored. Further, the article discusses why things ...
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.documentMicrosoft Word 2007 (25kB)
(State University of New York, Oneonta, 2103-04-20)This is a poem about a woman from the Luhya community in Kenya and her possibilities as symbolized by the gizzard.
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.documentMicrosoft Word 2007 (16kB)
(African Gender Institute, 2015-09-01)In this article focused on archiving, collective memory, and the role of national imaginaries, we argue that although African women have actively been involved in nation building, their political action and lived experiences ...