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Calhoun, the NPS Institutional Archive, is made for searching, sharing and downloading the scholarly, instructional and institutional publications and research products of the NPS community.
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Get Into Calhoun..the Library Can Help

Calhoun is NPS's Open Access "repository" of work by NPS faculty and researchers.  Contents in Calhoun include over 35,000 papers, videos, posters, podcasts, technical reports, graduate theses, dissertations and more.

Want to make sure your work is included in Calhoun?   The library provides services to handle locating your work, digitization, permissioning, full-cataloging and metadata and more. All we need is to know about it.  Contact us at the library to learn more.

 

Three Reasons to Make Sure your Work is Archived in Calhoun

1. Open Access promotes visibility.  Calhoun is designed to be harvested and is fully indexed by Google Scholar.

2. Calhoun uses persistent "Handle" URLs.  Your work is up and visible, wherever you are, now and in the future.

3. Calhoun archives your NPS work together, to keep a record of what you've worked on, advised, published.  Archived collections are meaningful, so your work stays in context.

One more reason...The library can do everything from locating, to digitizing to cataloging your NPS work for preservation. Contact us at the library to learn more about getting into Calhoun.

 

 

NPS Authors READ@your library®

We love our faculty authors! NPS Faculty authors posed recently with their published works for a popular series of posters and bookmarks. See the originals in the Dudley Knox Library.

 

NEW! In Calhoun

Newly available in Calhoun, the NPS Institutional Archive:

Faculty Publications. Calhoun features thousands of published articles by NPS faculty. Google will get you to them -- or have a look at the Faculty Publications collection

Use Calhoun's Google Scholar Widget

A full-text Google Scholar search of Calhoun. Add your term(s) before or after site:calhoun.nps.edu. Use quotes for phrases.

Example:
"energy program" site:calhoun.nps.edu



 

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Why Calhoun?

Professor Guy K. Calhoun (1889-1920), was a professor of Mathematics and the first appointed -- and published -- NPS scholarly author.

 

Disclamer

Material contained in Calhoun is made available for the purpose of peer review and discussion  and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of the Navy or the Department of Defense.

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