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Scholarly Communication

What is Scholarly Communication?

What is Scholarly Communication?

"Scholarly communication refers to all the ways that scholarly work gets created, shared, disseminated, evaluated, and preserved. Thus, it encompasses: scholarly writing, publication, copyright, peer review, promotion and tenure, scholarly communities, managing research data, using digital repositories, and other aspects of what we call the scholarly communication “ecosystem.” "

UNT Teaching Commons https://teachingcommons.unt.edu/teaching-essentials/teaching/what-scholarly-communication

"Scholarly communication can be thought of as the system through which research and scholarship is created, evaluated, distributed, and preserved." (Association of College & Research Libraries, Principles and Strategies for the Reform of Scholarly Communication) https://www.lib.berkeley.edu/scholarly-communication/about/what-is-scholarly-communication

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Scholarly Communication Process

Scholarly Publication System, courtesy University of WinnipegScholarly Communication Lifecycle Diagram, from U. Winnipeg

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