This guide will help you understand the changing nature of scholarly communication; help you choose the best publishing option that will maximize the impact of your research; help you understand your rights as an author; inform you of your options for disseminating your work, including open-access publishing; and provide you with resources for finding and using open access scholarship.
Below are brief explanations of the tabs in the guide.
Share your scholarship and enhance Dominican’s reputation through our institutional repository, Constellation. Includes subtabs.
You don't have to sign away your copyright to a publisher. Find out what rights you have and how to keep them. Learn how to create your own license with Creative Commons. Includes subtabs.
Open access information is free to view, download and print. Learn more about how it works, and about open access scholarship, images, educational materials and more you can use in your research and teaching. Includes subtabs.
Open access publishing is just like traditional publishing, only your research can potentially reach more readers. Find out what you need to know when publishing open access.
Read continuously updated news feeds on scholarly communication.
Find out more about scholarly communication.
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