Scholarly Communication: The formal and informal means by which scholars contribute to the constantly evolving discussion between them. This guide gives authors, researchers, and inventors new tools and information about the present state of scholarly com
Scholarly communication refers to the many ways, both formal and informal, researchers, academics, and students participate in the ongoing conversation of research in their field.
This guide provides information on many aspects of scholarly communication, including the academic publishing process, open access research, the role of copyright in scholarly communication, and resources for researchers.
How Open Is It?
How open is the journal you're interested in reading or submitting to?
The Journal Checker Tool from cOAlition S (a European partnership of scientific research organizations to enact Plan S, in furtherance of open access publishing) helps authors see if their publication plans (journal, funder, institution) are compliant with Plan S's open access requirements.