Discover the world of research and scholarship at Duke.
Are you looking for Duke faculty who specialize in a certain field, or who are involved with certain classes or academic programs?
Scholars@Duke features the research, scholarship and activities of Duke faculty members and academic staff. A research networking system, Scholars@Duke displays web profiles that summarize a person's roles at Duke and displays their connections with colleagues. Visitors can search for faculty members by name, keyword or subject area or anything on their profile.
Profiles are created automatically for faculty members, populated with official Duke information, and customized by profile owners and their delegates. Scholars@Duke is an implementation of VIVO, an open-source research networking tool developed at Cornell.
Publications displayed in Scholars@Duke come from Elements, a new online service implemented by Duke Libraries to help Duke employees manage their publications history. Elements draws data from bibliographic sources, like Scopus, PubMed, Web of Science, arXiv, RePEc, and others. Publications can also be imported or entered manually. Elements makes it easy for Duke faculty to archive the full-text versions of their publications in a Duke Libraries repository, making them broadly available to colleagues, students, and the general public, and thus drawing more attention to their work.
For more information on Elements, go to the Elements Help page.