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Scholarly Communication is the process by which the results of research and scholarship are created, supported, managed, disseminated, and preserved.
The current economic model for dissemination is unsustainable and current practices are undergoing considerable change. The purpose of this site is to track these changes, highlight the issues driving change, and promote new modes of sharing research results that better meet the needs of all involved.
We are available to consult with the campus community to help achieve sustainable models and practices, and to help achieve better understanding of the changes that are happening.
Director, Office of Copyright Management & Scholarly Communication
Last modified: October 17, 2012