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Scholarly Communication & Publishing: Home

This guide provides information on making decisions regarding journal publication and measurements of journal and article impact.

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What do we mean by Scholarly Communication?

In the University environment, we have scholars who are teaching what scholarship actually means to their students, so the process of scholarly communication is a learned activity that affects both faculty and students.

The Scholarly Communication Institute  at the University of Virginia Library defines scholarly communication as more than just  peer-reviewed publication.  The Institute  focuses  on the "process of communication itself, in the broadest sense how scholars find information, create knowledge, and communicate among themselves, with students, and beyond the academy with other audiences."

Scholarly communication methods are rapidly changing.  The Association of Research Libraries (ARL)  prioritizes Scholars & Scholarship which provides information about such digital scholarship and data management.  

The organization of communication and knowledge which allows scholarship to be shared is also an important component  to the process as well.   Under Research Management Tools you will find will find suggestions and help with managing citations and saving your research resources.

 

 

 

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