Scholarly Communications and Publishing

The University's Scholarly Communications Program, based in the Libraries, facilitates discussion of emerging publication and scholarship models to support campus faculty, staff and student publishing and archiving of scholarly works. We encourage the University community to actively participate in creating a system to best serve campus scholarship.

The Libraries is committed to supporting researchers, instructors and students with the most appropriate services to best promote, preserve and publish your work.

How we can help you

 

Copyright and Fair Use

Questions about copyright? We can provide information regarding copyright and fair use for your courses and research. We can also help you create addenda to copyright transfer forms as well as choose a Creative Commons license for content.

Open Access

What is Open Access Publishing? Open Access (OS) Publishing creates unrestricted sharing of creative work online, to better the work of science and society. A model Open Access policy is available.

Research Data Management

Need a Data Management Plan (DMP) for your proposal application? We can provide Research Data Management Support for your projects. 

 

More information

  • Publishing and promoting your work:

Have questions? Contact the Libraries Director of Assessment and Scholarly Communications, Elizabeth Brown at ebrown@binghamton.edu or (607) 777-4882.

Last Updated: 2/7/18