Scholarly Communication, Copyright, and Publishing Program

The Scholarly Communication, Copyright, and Publishing Program provides information, consultation, resources and events focusing on the current issues and opportunities in digital publishing and scholarship. Topics include:

Our Scholarly Publishing & Communication Research Guide offers answers to questions about publishing, copyright and fair use, open access, the Dartmouth Faculty Open Access Policy and other special topics within scholarly communication. You can also visit our Scholarly Communication Lab blog for current news and updates.

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Barbara DeFelice
Program Director
Scholarly Communication, Copyright & Publishing

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Jennifer W. Green
Digital Scholarship Librarian


How does Dartmouth College Library support scholarly publishing and communication?

  • Dartmouth Open Access Publishing Fund: The Library helps fund the payment of Article Publication Charges (APCs) for fully open access journals.
    • Submit the Open Access Publishing Fund Form to request funding. 
    • If you are off-campus, please use the Word version of this form and email it to Jen Green, Digital Scholarship Librarian.
  • Support for an early career researcher to attend OpenCon, the student and early career researcher conference on open access, open education and open data, in past years.
  • Support for the implementation of the Dartmouth Faculty Open Access Policy, developed in collaboration with the Council on the Libraries.
  • Ideas to Apples: an open access story, is an animation created by Lizzy Rogers (former Jones Memorial Digital Media Fellow) in collaboration with members of the Open Dartmouth Working Group to explain Dartmouth's open access policy and the important role that it plays in supporting innovation and progress in society.
Workshops and Events