Resource Repository

The Resource Repository aims to facilitate and promote collaborative research between academics and information professionals. It reflects our aim of supporting scholarly communication in all its facets: the creation, evaluation, dissemination and preservation of research.

Following the establishment of our open access journal, the resource repository was launched in 2013. Initially hosted exclusively on the website it is now hosted across platforms: website; Pinterest; Twitter and Facebook. Materials and information are added periodically in order to build up an extensive digital resource.

It is created by a team operating from various countries and aims to offer itself as a case of best practice of online research support. Its members are information specialists with a variety of backgrounds that use their research and subject expertise to facilitate the development of knowledge.

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Current Listings: AMPS facilitates access to various materials to inform about issues in the research group and journal’s general remit through social media platforms including Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook. In addition, it offers information to professionals and academics about recently published books, films, exhibitions, conferences, and more:

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Other Resources: AMPS has created various other resources including a webliography and a research guide related to the use of architecture in political campaign imagery in the US. This resource was supported by a Carnegie-Whitney Grant from the American Library Association. It has also produced a range of reviews, listings and related information of use to scholars.

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Pinterest: AMPS is developing a resource using Pinterest boards that provide additional information on the whole range of AMPS activity and that of the Architecture_MPS journal. It takes as its starting point themes such as each journal issue, AMPS conferences and other related materials.

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Facebook: Facebook is being used to develop and collate associated materials. It is also used to initiate dialogue and given its text based format allows AMPS to foment discussion between its followers.

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Twitter: AMPS uses the qualities of twitter to disseminate news and information across platforms in a concise manner. We particularly use twitter to provide information and engage in thematic conversation with groups whose work relates to the AMPS remit.

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In line with our commitment to scholarly communication services, the Resource Repository aims to facilitate and promote collaborative research between academics and information professionals. It was created and is run by a team of information professionals.

This team is composed of individuals from several countries working together on the creation of digital resources.

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Architecture_MPS is the owner of all intellectual property rights of materials produced for the journal by its associated personnel. Personnel are free to use materials they produce as examples of their work for Architecture_MPS in professional portfolios. Any other professional or commercial use of these must have prior permission from the editors and reference Architecture_MPS as the intellectual property owner.