KiltHub is a comprehensive institutional repository, maintained by the University Libraries and hosted on the figshare platform, where Carnegie Mellon University researchers and their collaborators can share the scholarly outputs and research data produced in the course of their research. KiltHub curates, collects, preserves, and provides open access to this material as part of the Libraries' committment to open scholarship and collaboration.
Browse KiltHub content, or log into your account with your andrew credentials: https://kilthub.cmu.edu/
If you have questions about using KiltHub, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Openness -- Research appears freely on the internet, not behind a paywall.
Compliance -- Allows researchers to meet their funder requirements and publisher policies to publicly share their scholarship
Discovery -- Materials in KiltHub surface highly in web searches, and the site is crawled by Google, Google Scholar, and Google Dataset Search
Impact -- KiltHub provides DOIs, tracks downloads, views, and citations, and is integrated with AltMetrics, ORCID, Dimensions, and Elements
Preservation -- the Libraries have an institutional commitment to ensuring KiltHub content will be backed up and accessible into the future
Curation -- Library specialists consult with researchers and review KiltHub content to ensure it follows recommended practices of data management and scholarly communications
KiltHub accepts a wide range of scholarly outputs, (including data, publications, conference materials, theses, etc.) in a variety of formats, from all fields, subjects, and disciplines at Carnegie Mellon University, as long as it meets the following conditions:
There may be other repositories that are more appropriate for specific disciplines and some formats that are out of scope or capabilities for KiltHub deposits. The Libraries KiltHub team may refer users to these repositories based on review of the submission and consultation with the researchers.
Have questions about KiltHub, data management, or research curation before you get started? Reach out to: