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.
The Open Dartmouth Working Group (ODWG) is a key component of the Program. ODWG engages, informs, and educates faculty, students, and administrators at Dartmouth on current issues in open access, public access, author rights, and copyright pertaining to publishing. It also works on a wide range of related issues such as open education and open data. The members collaborate with the Education & Outreach (E&O) Program, with ITS on the Dartmouth Academic Commons (DAC), with liaison librarians across the Library, and with the Acquisitions and Cataloging & Metadata departments in the Library.
- Development for the Digital Humanities
- Guidelines for Evaluating Work in the Digital Humanities
- Keeping up with Digital Humanities
Open Scholarship and Open Science
National and Regional Scholarly Publishing Resources:
Last Updated: 10/31/16