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SHARE YOUR SCHOLARLY NEWS
Faculty who have recently published a scholarly article or book, or showcased creative works can submit the Scholarly News Form to be recognized for your exciting accomplishment. Your news will be shared on social media, featured in the Scholarship Spotlight slideshow in the library and online, and recognized in an annual press release and event celebrating faculty scholarship.
The FHSU Scholars' Repository
FHSU Scholars Repository
Forsyth Library is proud to present the all new FHSU Scholars Repository. Scholars Repository seeks to collect and preserve the creative and scholarly works of the FHSU community and to make these works available to a global audience. The repository is also home to a growing collection of historical documents about the university and surrounding region.
Both popular social media sites (Facebook, Twitter) and academic social media sites (ResearchGate, Academia.edu) can be powerful tools for sharing your work. Here are some resources related to sharing on social media:
Article-Level Bibliometrics and Altmetrics
How do you know that your work is getting attention? Bibliometrics (the practice of analyzing citations) and altmetrics (the practice of analyzing views, downloads, links, and shares) can help!
Forsyth Library Catalog
If Forsyth Library has access to your article, there may be a "citations" section on the entry in our catalog
Google Scholar can tell you what other articles have cited yours
Altmetric can help you track mentions of your work in the media and on social media