Open Michigan

Welcome to the new Open Michigan! As a partnership of the University Library and Health Information Technology and Services, we are the home for all things open at the University of Michigan—including expertise and services for open educational resources, open data, and open publications.

Open Michigan encourages scholars and students to maximize the impact of their work through open sharing. As a public institution, the University of Michigan is committed to serving our university community, the residents of the state of Michigan, and the broader world in which we live. That means making sure that publicly-funded research (and its underlying data!) is accessible to citizens, providing a platform for teachers and students to find and re-use high-quality educational materials, and educating scholars about the benefits of sharing their work with the world beyond our campus.

Throughout our site you’ll find resources for doing all of this and more.

https://open.umich.edu/

MetaArchive Cooperative

The MetaArchive Cooperative is a distributed digital preservation network that ensures that today’s digital collections and data will be available to tomorrow’s scholars, researchers, and citizens. MetaArchive is governed and run by its membership, which comprises an international array of more than 70 libraries, archives, and museums.
Founded more than a decade ago, MetaArchive encourages and enables memory organizations to build their own preservation infrastructures and expertise. The collaborative community wrestles with today’s most challenging digital preservation issues—both experientially through its network and theoretically through the discussions, research projects, and working groups it hosts.

https://metaarchive.org/

Graduate Center Digital Initiatives (GCDI)

Graduate Center Digital Initiatives (GCDI) builds and sustains an active community around the shared idea of a “Digital GC,” where scholars and technologists explore new modes of inquiry that thoughtfully integrate digital tools and methods into the research, teaching, and service missions of the institution.

Comprised of a constellation of centers and labs, initiatives, and academic programs and a tightly knit group of fellows, faculty, and staff, GCDI creates programming and resources that can benefit anyone at the Graduate Center. We offer events and workshops, drop-in office hours, faculty consultations, working groups, week-long institutes, Monday Maker Hours, and Python Users’ Group (PUG) meetings that are open to the entire community. Our websites offer valuable resources and updates about the many opportunities there are to be part of the #DigitalGC.

Our activities, and the activities of our institutional partners, take place in a variety of spaces, including labs and centers. Our newest addition, the GC Maker Space, is part of the GC Digital Scholarship Lab, and we are in the planning stages of a forthcoming CUNY Center for Digital Scholarship and Data Visualization funded by a CUNY 2020 grant.

A leader in digital humanities, GCDI creates research and projects –including the CUNY Academic Commons, Commons In A Box (CBOX), Social Paper, DH Box, Manifold Scholarship, Beyond Citation–that have been supported by public and private grants. Students in academic programs associated with GCDI enjoy the benefit of hands-on experience with long-standing digital humanities scholars and projects, such as the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy.

https://gcdi.commons.gc.cuny.edu

BePress

Provider of Digital Commons, a hosted institutional repository service used by 400+ universities, colleges, law schools, & research institutes.

Founded by professors in 1999, bepress exists to serve academia. We empower academic communities to showcase their works and expertise for maximum impact. Through our services bepress seeks to link communities of scholars, listen to their needs, and provide solutions to support emerging academic missions and goals.

https://www.bepress.com/