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Scholarly Publishing & Communication   Tags: author disambiguation, copyright, fair use, identifiers, open access, publishing, scholarly communication  

Locate current resources on all aspects of scholarly publishing and communication across all subjects areas.
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ACRL, OASIS and SPARC Resources

  • ACRL Scholarly Communication Toolkit
    Provides context and background by summarizing key issues to offer quick, basic information on scholarly communication topics. It also links to examples of specific tools, including handouts, presentations and videos for libraries to adapt and use on their own campuses.
  • Open Access Scholarly Information Sourcebook
    An authoritative ‘sourcebook’ on all aspects of Open Access publishing, with materials geared towards Researchers, Librarians, Publishers, Administrators, the Public, and Students. This site offers a worldwide perspective on new developments and initiatives and has inks to additional resources and case studies.
  • SPARC Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition
    SPARC®, is an international alliance of academic and research libraries working to correct imbalances in the scholarly publishing system.
  • Create Change
    Showcases the views of scholars about the changing nature of scholarly publishing, particularly through the "Cases in Point" section. It also is useful to helping to develop a conversation with a faculty member about how they can take action in through their own choices.

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