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MATH 7306: Current Research in Math Education: Professional Development

Graduate Student Publishing

Make your work work for you.

The research you're conducting in school can work harder for you when it comes time to apply for jobs and/or future educational opportunities. Including your content in the University Scholarship Repository allows you to put citations and links in your resume or C.V. so that admissions officers or future job opportunities can view the work you've produced. Here's a sample:

Blanda, M. T., & Morganti, D. (2017-10-17). Data management and open access requirements for funded research. Presentation to students and faculty at Texas State University. Available:

You're scholars, already.

Engaging with research and critically analyzing it to create new content is a means of conversing with the academic world. You are commenting on conversations that researchers are having in the scholarly world. By including your research in the University's Digital Collections Repository, you allow others to continue your thread of the conversation. When your work becomes discoverable, you'll be surprised by the interest it draws! Check out these statistics on the presentation about Data Management cited above:

sample statistics photoDon't lose it!

Including your research in the University Scholarship Repository also protects and preserves it for the future. See Mathematics Collection.

So do it already!

Include your work in the library's University Scholarship Repository in order to document your scholarly contributions, get that citation and link, and preserve it for the future. Ask Us! how to get started.


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