Scholarly Communication refers to the cycle in which authors create, evaluate, disseminate, and preserve new knowledge. This cycle includes a variety of activities such as using existing literature, conducting research, peer reviewing manuscripts and publishing new literature, as well as the collecting, archiving, and making available that new literature. For more information about scholarly communication, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To reduce barriers to open access publishing and to support campus authors who choose open access publishing as the best venue for their work, the Academic Council and the University Libraries established the Open Access Publishing Support Fund (OAPSF).
Wm. Joseph Thomas 252-737-2728
Assistant Director for Research and Scholarly Communication
Jeanne Hoover 252-328-2261
Scholarly Communication Librarian
Heather Racine 252-328-0412
Scholarly Communication Technician