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Enhancements to PubHub

February 06, 2009

Since 2004, PubHub, the Foundation Center's online catalog of annotated links to foundation-sponsored reports, has made it easy for foundations, nonprofits, think tanks, and academics to share research, best practices, and lessons learned with a broader audience.

Now, thanks to new features and functionality, the PubHub experience is even better:

Browse over 3,000 reports by publication type (annual report, case study, issue brief, program evaluation, toolkit, etc.) -- in addition to subject, pub year, and/or organization.

Link to supplemental documents such as charts, grants lists, appendices, etc.

Share links with others using e-mail, Gooogle, delicious, reddit, digg, or StumbleUpon.

Sign up for RSS feeds (arts and culture, children and youth, community improvement/development, education, environment, health, philanthropy and voluntarism, and/or new additions).

Browse new Featured Topic reports posted weekly.

Submit your own reports via a web-based form.

PubHub also includes links to digital copies of a growing number of reports (more than 300 at last count) archived, with publisher permission, in FOLIO, a permanent digital repository created by the IUPUI University Library for the long-term preservation of foundation-funded publications.  

To learn more about PubHub and/or to submit a report, click here.

-- Mitch Nauffts

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