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About Endeavor

What is Endeavor?

Endeavor: Scholarly & Creative Works is a service of Blough-Weis Library dedicated to preserving and providing open access to the research and creative scholarship of the University. Library staff work with university departments, research centers, individual faculty and students to select, submit, and manage content. Members of the Susquehanna community are invited to contribute their completed scholarship for long-term preservation and worldwide electronic accessibility.

The type of content housed in Endeavor includes but is not limited to:

  • journal publications (both pre- and post-print)
  • conference papers and proceedings
  • presentations
  • working papers
  • book chapters
  • multimedia
  • theses and dissertations
  • creative works (musical performance/composition, theatrical performance, painting, etc.)
  • any other publications that are appropriate for a faculty member's CV

Why Submit to Endeavor?

Content archived in Endeavor is:

  • discoverable by search engines such as Google and Google Scholar
  • indexed and searchable in Primo, the library's online catalog
  • hosted on a secure server and given a persistent URL to ensure permanent access
  • registered with a digital object identifier (DOI) - for datasets, working papers, pre-prints, and accepted manuscripts
  • openly accessible to researchers around the world who may have limited access to scholarly materials.