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TUScholarShare (scholarshare.temple.edu) is a service to support the needs of the Temple University community around sharing, promoting, and archiving the wide range of scholarly works created in the course of research and teaching. The repository aims to make Temple scholarship freely available online to a global audience, with the goal of advancing knowledge and learning. 

Who May Submit Content?

Temple University faculty, researchers, staff, and graduate students may contribute content to TUScholarShare. Undergraduate work may be submitted by sponsoring departments, programs, or organizations. 

Works done prior to being affiliated with Temple may be deposited, as long as you have the right to do so. Works with non-Temple-affiliated co-authors may be deposited by an author affiliated with Temple. If you would like to deposit works completed after leaving Temple, please contact the TUScholarShare Administrator

Works by non-Temple affiliates that are published by Temple University Press or are part of a Temple sponsored or hosted conference or publication may also be deposited.

Eligible Content

TUScholarShare supports creative and scholarly work in any digital format created in the course of research and teaching, including: 

  • Documents (e.g. articles, preprints, published works, white papers, briefs)

  • Books and book contributions

  • Theses and dissertations

  • Datasets 

  • Multimedia publications

  • Web-based resources (e.g. software, blog posts)

  • Teaching and learning objects (e.g. syllabi, lectures, presentations, assessment tools)

  • Conference proceedings, presentations, and posters

  • Certain student work (e.g. Livingstone Undergraduate Research Award Winners)

Ready to Upload Your Work?

Access the Quick Submission Form and follow the on-screen instructions. 

Get Help

Please contact the TUScholarShare staff with your questions at scholarshare@temple.edu

Annie Johnson
Assistant Director for Open Publishing Initiatives and Scholarly Communications

Alicia Pucci
Scholarly Communications Assistant