Answered By: Katy Webb Last Updated: Aug 12, 2014 Views: 569
Scholarly Communication is a broad label that addresses multiple concerns:
-- expanding access to research publications through Open Access initiatives, institutional repositories, and other methods
-- protecting author's publishing rights and protecting data through better data management
-- investigating peer review, impact factors, and alternative metrics
You might want to learn more because you are using and possibly creating research publications, presentations, and other materials. For much more information,consult the ECU Libraries Scholarly Communication Research Guide.