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Scholarly Communication

"Scholarly communication" describes both the dissemination of and access to scholarship and research in a variety of formats and states of completion, such as published books or journal articles, research results and data sets and drafts of papers.

In recent years the concept of scholarly communication has also begun to connote faculty collaborating with publishers, librarians, and others, in solving the grievous problem of the inability of libraries to keep up with the ever-increasing volume and cost of scholarly resources.

UCR Libraries 2013 Open Access Week, Oct. 21-25 schedule of events

The Academic Senate of the University of California passed an Open Access Policy on July 24, 2013.

UCR Library Scholarly Communication Contact 

Rhonda Neugebauer
Rhonda L.  Neugebauer 
Scholarly Communications Officer
Bibliographer, Latin American Studies, Hispanic Studies, 
Ethnic Studies, Chicano/Latino Studies, Sociology, Library Science
Collection Development Dept.
University Library
University of California - Riverside
Riverside, CA 92517-5900

Office/voicemail: 951-827-7331
Fax: 951-827-2255
Email: rhonda.neugebauer@ucr.edu
Last modified: 9/8/2014 12:35 PM by A. Dolan-Mescal