As a member of the Texas Digital Library (TDL), our faculty have access to scholarly blogs, research project wikis and peer reviewed journals.
Open Peer Reviewed Journals
An online system for peer reviewed journals offers advantages over physical counterparts in terms of cost and speed. TDL hosts online, peer reviewed scholarly journals that provide a comprehensive workflow to their editors and reviewers, from author submission to final publication. TDL peer reviewed journals offer a complete solution for faculty and researchers in establishing a new journal or migrating an existing peer reviewed journal online.
Research Project Wikis
Wikis allow team members to collaborate across the room or across the world. They provide a collaborative editing environment where each member can create, edit and link web pages easily. TDL wikis are provided for research teams looking for a central place to share knowledge, helping the team accomplish their research more efficiently.
Blogs help faculty share their work with colleagues across the world. Blogs can provide current news, excerpts from works in progress and research findings. TDL blogs are united by their focus on research and scholarship produced by faculty at institutions of higher education in Texas.
Texas A&M Repository
The Texas A&M Repository is a digital service that collects, preserves and distributes the scholarly output of the University. The repository facilitates open access scholarly communication while preserving the scholarly legacy of Texas A&M faculty. The repository contains many types of content, including electronic theses and dissertations, faculty papers and books, technical reports, conference proceedings and digitized maps.
Texas Digital Library Repositories
TDL Repositories collect, preserve and distribute the combined scholarly output of member institutions. These repositories are an important tool to facilitate scholarly communication and preserve the scholarly legacy of the State of Texas. The Texas Digital Library hosts exclusive repositories on behalf of its members and maintains its own federated repository.