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Scholarly Communication: Home

Use online tools to build your research profile

Scholarly Communication Modules

University of The Bahamas Faculty - use online tools to boost your scholarly profile and impact or to find collaborators for your research.

What is Scholarly Communication

"Scholarly Communication" is a phrase that is commonly used to describe the process of scholarly publishing, since that is the primary method for disseminating the results of scholarly research. However, it encompasses the entire cycle of scholarship - conducting research, managing data, making decisions about publishing options, and copyright. An understanding of scholarly communication assumes familiarity with:

  • author rights
  • the economics of scholarly resources
  • new models of publishing
  • open access
  • institutional repositories
  • rights and access to federally funded research
  • preservation of intellectual assets
  • copyright
  • data management

This LibGuide will help faculty use social media to promote their research and improve the impact of their research.

 

This LibGuide has adapted material and ideas under a CC-BY 4.0 license from Stacy Konkiel's ebook The 30-Day Impact Challenge: The Ultimate Guide to Raising the Profile of Your Research published by  Impactstory.org 


This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Elsevier Publishing Campus

ELSEVIER PUBLISHING CAMPUS 

 Elsevier Publishing Campus is a free and open online training platform for all researchers or training partners in academia. Offering online lectures, interactive training courses and professional advice from experts within the industry through to a broad range of useful resources and networks, we are proud to support you in your publishing career.

Elsevier Publishing Campus provides:

  • Free online lectures
  • Interactive training courses
  • Expert advice
  • Resources to support you in your publishing career.

Campus CertificateDedicated training takes time and effort on your part and we believe successful researchers should be recognized for this. For each interactive training module or online seminar that you complete, your work will be recognized with a personalized certificate from Elsevier.

Visit the Publishing Campus for free online lectures, interactive training courses, expert advice, and resources to support you in publishing your world class book or journal article.

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