IPFW’s institutional repository, a collaborative effort between the Office of Academic Affairs, Office of Research, Engagement and Sponsored Programs, and the Walter E. Helmke Library, includes journal articles, book chapters, conference papers, patents, theses, music compositions, exhibits, videos, graphic designs, art, and similar works produced at or associated with IPFW. Opus: Research & Creativity at IPFW is part of the mission of the university to raise IPFW’s national profile through open access to the academic and creative accomplishments of IPFW faculty and students. It also provides a centralized system that allows the IPFW community to manage and preserve digital scholarship in its many formats.For more information about tracking your personal analytics, your Faculty profile or other Opus questions, contact your liaison librarian or David Dunham, Scholarly Communications Librarian ().
Opus by the Numbers: 2016 Statistical Report, David C. Dunham and Sarah E. Wagner
Opus by the Numbers: 2015 Statistical Report, David C. Dunham
Opus by the Numbers: 2014 Statistical Report, David C. Dunham
Opus: Research and Creativity at IPFW 2013 Statistical Report, Cheryl B. Truesdell
Opus: Research and Creativity at IPFW 2012 Statistical Report, Cheryl B. Truesdell
Opus: Research & Creativity at IPFW: 2011 Statistical Report, Cheryl B. Truesdell