Answered By: Cindy Gruwell
Last Updated: Apr 05, 2023     Views: 163

Yes. Google and other search engines will pick up materials located in the Argo Scholar Commons (institutional repository). This exposure is a major benefit of open access. Each object (article, video file, etc.) is tagged with metadata that, while not modifying the object itself, allows indexing systems such as Google Scholar to ensure wider visibility for your work.