Scholarly Commons 2016 Annual ReportAnnual Reports
Abstract/DescriptionIn its third year Scholarly Commons experienced growing acceptance as an important tool for the dissemination of research at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Contributions increased by 36% and conferences grew to 17, as Scholarly Commons became more widely known throughout the university. One of the conferences supported a collaboration between ERAU and the FAA, which resulted in a note of thanks from the FAA to Chip Wolfe, Digitization Specialist. Chip worked with bepress, the Chancellor’s Office and the conference organizers to launch the webpage in record time.
PublisherEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Citation InformationAnne M Casey, Chip Wolfe, Debra Rodensky and David Ehrensperger. "Scholarly Commons 2016 Annual Report" Daytona Beach(2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/anne_marie_casey/48/