Scholarly publishing

About our services

We offer consultations and workshops to help answer various scholarly publishing topics.

See our workshops guide on how to request one. For more help, contact Teresa Schultz.

Copyright and author rights

Find out what your copyrights to your scholarly works are, how you can use fair use in your research and teaching, and how Creative Commons licenses work. You can also get help with questions about copyright and fair use.

Open access

Learn about and get support for publishing Open Access (OA).

Services include:

  • Identifying and reviewing OA journals
  • Finding open repositories for your prior work
  • Consultations on running an OA journal
  • Help complying with funder mandates

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Publishing and scholarly profiles

Measure scholarly impact

Get help understanding and using the many tools available to help you measure and show the impact of your scholarly work, as well as tools to help you build your scholarly profile. Tools include Journal Citation Reports, the h index, altmetrics, and Google Scholar citations.

Build your online scholarly profile

Discover different tools, including Google Scholar Profile and ORCID, you can use to help build your scholarly profile to help you track your impact, help others find what you’ve done, and potentially help you connect to possible collaborators.

Finding the right journal

Unsure which journal is best to submit your work to? Check out these tips on how to evaluate a journal’s credibility and ask your subject librarian for more help.