What is Calhoun? Calhoun is the public access digital archive for NPS.
What does Calhoun have? Calhoun showcases works by Naval Postgraduate School authors. You can find NPS Theses and Dissertations, Faculty-written Articles and Conference Papers, Technical Reports, Selected Student Publications, Videos and more, in Calhoun. Calhoun also has interesting NPS Historical material, too. Calhoun's policies are here.
How do you get your NPS work into Calhoun? We welcome new content! NPS faculty and researchers are invited to contribute research works, documents and data for discovery in Calhoun. Contributors need to do nothing except point us to their NPS-authored content; The NPS library does the work. Lead contact is Irene Berry, Digital Services Librarian. Contact: at NPS, Irene is in Outlook, or or email NPSCalhoun@nps.edu. or AskALibrarian at
Why does NPS have Calhoun? The purpose of Calhoun is to make raise the visibility of NPS-created scholarly work. Calhoun is indexed by Google Scholar.
What are Calhoun's Policies? Calhoun's policies are here.
Who is in charge of Calhoun? Calhoun is a project of the Naval Postgraduate School's Dudley Knox Library. Lead contact is Irene Berry, Digital Services Librarian. Contact: at NPS, Irene is in Outlook, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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