Scholarly Publishing & Communication: Issues & Resources
The Scholarly Communication, Copyright and Publishing Program provides information, consultation, resources, and events focusing on the current issues, problems and opportunities in digital publishing and scholarship. Topics include author rights, copy rights, publishers archiving policies and copyright contracts for books and journals, open access, broader impact of research, and innovations in scholarly publishing.
Scholarly Communication, Copyright and Publishing Program Office at Dartmouth College:
Dartmouth College Library support for scholarly publishing and communication takes many forms:
- Dartmouth Open Access Publishing Fund: The Library helps fund the payment of Article Publication Charges (APCs) for fully open access journals.
- The "Gold for Gold" program from the Royal Society of Chemistry. This means that the fee for making a particular article open access in the RSC journals can be covered. Contact Barbara DeFelice for the needed voucher to use in paying the open access fee.
- Support for an early career researcher to attend OpenCon, the student and early career researcher conference on Open Access, Open Education, and Open Data
Tools and resources for making work more openly available
Workshops and Events
Author Rights: Tools and Resources for Scholars and Researchers
Copy Rights: Resources, Guides and Workshops
Data Management: Plans and Tools
Dartmouth Faculty Open Access Policy
Open Access: Economics and Growth
Open Scholarship and Open Science
National and Regional Scholarly Publishing Resources: