Scholarly communications refers to the process by which scholars and researchers share and disseminate their scholarly research. Over the past two decades the process of sharing scholarly output has seen significant changes in terms of delivery, format and the metrics used evaluate the impact of scholarly output. New forms of scholarly communication have emerged often seeking to address existing challenges with traditional publishing models, while at the same time leveraging the advantages created by the digital environment.
Brandeis Library can assist faculty and students with:
- Author rights
- Brandeis Institutional Repository / Subject specific repositories
- Brandeis Library Open Access Fund
- New models of publishing
- Open Access Resources (e-books, e-journals, primary source and collections textbooks)
- Preservation of intellectual assets / How to publish your work to the Brandeis Institutional Repository