Touro Scholar is the institutional repository of the Touro College & University System. It collects and preserves the scholarly works of affiliated authors, promotes open access to these materials, and offers robust usage statistics including altmetrics. All content is fully discoverable with search engines such as Google Search, and is indexed via Google Scholar.
Contact Timothy Valente, or email email@example.com, to learn more about contributing to Touro Scholar, and review the About Page and FAQ sections of the website. Click the button below to submit your scholarly works.
There are a few commonly referred to versions of a research article. It's important to understand which one you can upload. Permissions will depend on any author agreements you may have signed with a publisher, or that publisher's policy on self-archiving. Our staff will always check that a work is legally allowed to be posted.
If you've been posting your work on ResearchGate or Academia.edu, you may wonder why it would be worth it to also put your work in Touro Scholar. Here are some of the reasons:
As an example of what you might be giving away when using such services, this is an excerpt from Academia.edu's terms (checked 3/21/2016):
We encourage you to post materials to Touro Scholar, which does have preservation of your work in mind. In addition, we double-check all copyright clearance, so you don't have to worry that you're violating publishers' policies! Posting to Touro Scholar will make sure that your work is in one place, and thus will allow you to keep track of who's viewing your research.