University of Texas at Austin
University of Texas at Austin

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The University of Texas Libraries is committed to increasing the visibility of research and scholarship. One way of doing that is supporting open access publishing. Open access allows anyone to find and use scholarly works, and it provides a tangible demonstration of the value of research, higher education, and scholarly discourse. In order to advance the open agenda at the University of Texas, we've opened an institutional deposit account with PeerJ. UT Austin affiliated researchers can use the funds in that account to pay APCs for PeerJ and PeerJ Computer Science.

In addition to supporting publication in open access journals, we also manage an online archive called Texas ScholarWorks and a data repository called Texas Data Repository. Texas ScholarWorks provides access and preservation for UT Austin authored scholarly articles and non-traditional forms of scholarship like posters, conference presentations, white papers, and student works. Texas Data Repository offers publishing services and long term access for data created here at the university.

For more information about PeerJ, Texas ScholarWorks, Texas Data Repository, or other UT Libraries open access initiatives, please see our website or contact Colleen Lyon, Head of Scholarly Communications, c.lyon@austin.utexas.edu.

When your article has been accepted for publication, UT Austin affiliated authors should return to this page to submit a claim for an APC and complete the email verification.

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38 Peer-reviewed Articles

25 Preprints

Digitization and the future of natural history collections
1,088 views · 1,294 downloads
The Global Museum: natural history collections and the future of evolutionary biology and public education
1,395 views · 1,966 downloads
Nucleotide substitution rates of diatom plastid encoded protein genes are correlated with genome architecture
748 views · 657 downloads
Divergent patterns of ocular development and gene expression in the evolution of a subterranean salamander
392 views · 348 downloads
NEON NIST data science evaluation challenge: methods and results of team Conor
317 views · 203 downloads
Foraging dynamics are associated with social status and context in mouse social hierarchies
882 views · 301 downloads

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