This series was set up to test the Digital Commons Scopus harvesting tool which was made available in late June 2020. The initial import on 8 July provided the following metadata elements: Title / Author / Affiliation / Abstract / Publication Details / DOI / Altmetric / PlumX. A Scopus citation element is needed to identify the source of the publication.

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Submissions from 2020

Digital Journeys @ UOW Australia: From Digital Dexterities to Digital Humanities and Beyond, Renée C. Grant and Michael Organ

Submissions from 2018

Confrontational continuum: modernism and the psychedelic art of Martin Sharp, Michael Organ

Submissions from 2014

Embed and engage! Delivering a digitisation program at the University of Wollongong Library, Rebecca Daly and Michael Organ

Submissions from 2009

Research Online: Digital Commons as a Publishing Platform at the University of Wollongong, Australia, Rebecca Daly and Michael Organ

Submissions from 2007

Digital Commons at the University of Wollongong, Australia, Michael Organ and Helen Mandl

Submissions from 2006

Download statistics - What do they tell us? The example of research online, the open access institutional repository at the University of Wollongong, Australia, Michael Organ

Submissions from 1998

'Österreich in Australien': Ferdinand von Hochstetter and the Austrian Novara scientific expedition 1858-9, Michael Organ

Submissions from 1997

Academic library seating: A survey of usage, with implications for space utilisation, Michael Organ and Margie Jantti

Submissions from 1996

‘Surfing the internet’ and academic research: What use for historians?, Michael Organ and Catriona McGurk

Submissions from 1994

Bibliography of the Reverend W.B. Clarke (1798-1878), M. K. Organ