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Publishing

This guide provides information on determining the impact of a journal, acceptance rates of journals, copyright rights as an author, and how to find who is citing your work.

Overview of Scholarly Communication

What is scholarly communication?

Scholarly communication is the process by which academics, scholars, and researchers publish and disseminate their research in all its forms.

What's new in scholarly communicaton?

  • Increased traditional journal prices
  • More open access publications
  • Increased online open access repositories
  • Licensed digital content in libraries rather than owned content
  • Debate on author rights
  • Discussion on how to preserve electronic materials

Find a Journal

Find Scholarly Presses

Find Calls for Conference Presentations and Papers

Further Reading