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Scholarly Publishing & Communications: Issues & Resources
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SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING &
COMMUNICATION
COPYRIGHT INFORMATION
DARTMOUTH DIGITAL LIBRARY
PROGRAM
DARTMOUTH DIGITAL PUBLISHING
CONTACTS
FOR
SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING,
COMMUNICATION
AND
COPYRIGHT
Elizabeth Kirk , Associate Librarian for
Information Resources
Barbara DeFelice, Director, Digital
Resources Program
David Seaman, Associate Librarian for
Information Management
James Fries, Head, Feldberg Business
and Engineering Library
Jane Quigley, Head Kresge Physical
Sciences Library
Jennifer Taxman, Associate Librarian
for User Services
Subject specialist and liaison librarians
will help with discipline specific
questions
Home Scholarly Publishing & Communication: Issues & Resources
SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING & COMMUNICATION: ISSUES &
RESOURCES
This Scholarly Publishing & Communication web site is intended to inform
faculty, students, administrators and librarians of the current issues,
problems and opportunities in the scholarly information universe, and to
suggest actions for consideration by all participants. You will find links to
informative materials on the topics of author rights, copy rights,
publishers archiving policies and copyright contracts, and innovations in
scholarly publishing.
Dartmouth College Library support for scholarly publishing takes many
forms:
Compact for Open Access Publishing The Library helps fund the
payment of Author Publication Charges (APCs) for fully open
access journals.
Dartmouth's amendment to the transfer of copyright contracts
with publishers The Library offers faculty and student authors
an amendment to the standard publishing contract, which helps
authors retain more rights to their own material.
The Library offers support to authors in negotiating publication
contracts.
The Library offers education and outreach programs, formal and
informal, to individuals and departments about all aspects of
scholarly publishing, including Open Access publishing, Author
Rights and Copy Rights.
The Library participates in International Open Access Week.
See Dartmouth Events for Open Access Week 2012!
CRITICAL ISSUES
AND
RESOURCES
Author Rights: Tools and Resources for Scholars and
Researchers
Copy Rights: Resources, Guides and Workshops
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