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Galter Health Sciences Library to Launch Digital Repository for Scholarly Outputs


Do you have research that you'd like to easily share with others or maybe even make publicly available? Would you like to track views and downloads of your research? DigitalHub, developed by Galter Health Sciences Library, is a place to deposit your research outputs and make them publicly available. This institutional repository will provide open access to the scholarly outputs of Northwestern Medicine faculty and scientists. Galter Library’s DigitalHub team will continue testing and standardizing the repository through the fall of 2015, with the official repository debut planned for Open Access Week, October 19 to 23.

More about DigitalHub
The goal of DigitalHub is to help the scholarly output of Northwestern Medicine researchers to become more discoverable by the worldwide scholarly community on the Web. The Galter Health Sciences Library will also use the repository to increase awareness of open access content, promote scholarship and the expertise of scientists at Northwestern Medicine, and support community engagement with non-traditional scholarly output. The open-source architecture that supports the repository is based on the Fedora/Hydra stack repository solution, used by institutions worldwide.

For more information contact:
Galter Health Sciences Library DigitalHub Team at

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Updated: March 5, 2020