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Scholarly Publishing & Communication : Home

Guide to resources on scholarly publishing and communications. Includes information on copyright, open access, data archiving, government mandates for data sharing, and measuring citation rates.

Help with Publishing your work from the UGA Libraries:

The University of Georgia Libraries offer services to help with your scholarly communication and publishing process. We offer individual consultation and group workshops for departments on the these topics.

Copyright for teaching and publishing

As you publish your research papers, retaining more control of your copyright(s) allows you and others to use your publications with fewer legal restrictions, particularly after publication. Learn more about educational fair use. Learn more...

Publishing Open Access

Works published as Open Access (OA) are free and immediately available to the reader. Publishing in reputable, peer reviewed OA journals gives your work more visibility and increases chances of your work being cited. Learn more on how to publish your work OA. Learn more...

Writing your Data Management Plan for funding agencies

With the 2013 White House Directive for open data sharing to federally funded research, you will be required to submit a Data Management Plan as part of your grant application to most if not all federal agencies.

Archiving Your Work in ScholarWorksUGA.

Have a paper, research poster, or a project you would like the world to see? Showcase and archive your work in ScholarWorksUGAWe offer a permanent and stable URL for your work.  Learn more...

 

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