Questions can be directed to members of the Rod Library Scholarly Communication Committee by using the email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Scholarly Communication Committee Members:
- Ellen Neuhaus (chair)
- Digital Collections Coordinator
- Angie Cox
- Instruction & Liaision Librarian
- Thomas Kessler
- Collection Strategist Librarian & Acquisitions Coordinator
- Stanley Lyle
- Instruction & Liaison Librarian
- Katherine Martin
- Head, Resource Management
- Jennifer Waldron
- School of Health, Physical Education, and Leisure Services
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What is Scholarly Communication - Why Should I Care About It?
What is Scholarly Communication and Why Should I Care About It?
Scholarly communication is a multi-faceted term that encompasses various aspects of research and scholarship. It can be defined succinctly as "the system of people, procedures, and tools through which the results of research and scholarship are registered, evaluated, disseminated, and preserved" (Ober, 2008).
- Authors’ rights,
- Open access and other publishing models,
- Control of intellectual property,
- Cost of commercial publications,
- Role of scholarly associations,
- Preservation of intellectual property, and
- Institutional repositories.
- Collaborative research,
- An author's use and dissemination of his or her work,
- The accessibility of unpublished and published books, articles, and other products, and
- The archiving of scholarly output.