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Faculty Services

Law Library services for Law Faculty

Author Profiles

Author profiles establish your presence on the web. They reach students, peers, and potential collaborators, connecting them to you and your work. Best practice is to keep information on your profiles complete and accurate, as they reflect you, your work, and the law school.
Contact your Legal Assistant or Law Library liaison to learn more. 

View slides from a Law Library presentation on author profiles.

TUScholarShare - Temple University's Institutional Repository

Created and maintained by Temple University Libraries, TUScholarShare supports the needs of the Temple University community around sharing, promoting, and archiving the wide range of scholarly works created in the course of research and teaching. The repository aims to make Temple scholarship freely available online to a global audience, with the goal of advancing knowledge and learning.

TUScholarShare supports creative and scholarly work in any digital format created in the course of research and teaching, including: 

  • Documents (e.g. articles, preprints, published works, white papers, briefs)
  • Books and book contributions
  • Datasets 
  • Multimedia publications
  • Web-based resources (e.g. software, blog posts)
  • Teaching and learning objects (e.g. syllabi, lectures, presentations, assessment tools)
  • Conference proceedings, presentations, and posters

Submit works to TUScholarShare using:

Scholarshare deposit services

TUScholarShare has been designed to: 

  • Enhance discoverability - it's open to researchers without a subscription and indexed by search engines, such as Google Scholar. 
  • Preserve long-term access - this is Temple University's archive of its scholarly work. All items receive a Digital Object Identifier (DOI),  persistent URL that facilitates citation and attribution.
  • Fulfill grant requirements - TUScholarShare may satisfy grant or funding stipulations requiring you to make your research freely available.

Contact: Noa Kaumeheiwa or your Law Library liaison

Publishing in journals and law reviews