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Scholarly Communication: Authors' Rights

Students Activists

The "Right to Research" web site and brochure describe the issues involved when published research results are not openly available.  This site also presents options available to students as writers and creators.

SHERPA/ROMEO

Use SHERPA/ROMEO to identify to publisher copyright policies regarding the self- archiving of journal articles on the web and in Open Access repositories.

Author's Rights

This brief video, produced by the Institute on Scholarly Communication in association with SPARC (Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition), explains how researchers can maximize exposure and dissemination for their peer-reviewed article manuscripts.     

Tools and Resources for Scholars and Researchers

Contact Information

Cathy Wojewodzki
Librarian and
Scholarly Communication Officer  
302.831.8085

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