Scholarly Communication is the process of conducting research and other academic compositions and pursuits, and sharing the results to the wider academic community: from creation, to dissemination, to preservation of knowledge, for teaching, learning, research, and scholarship.
For more information, see the Center for Scholarly Communication site.
Identify where is your research on the research cycle?
Researcher - consumer of scientific knowledge; creator of new scientific knowledge
Author - Initial communicator of new scientific knowledge
Peer Reviewer - quality control agent for new scientific knowledge
Publisher - Distributor of scientific knowledge
The Academic Commons is an open access scholarly repository and publishing platform for the Stony Brook University community. Works in Academic Commons are: freely accessible online, regularly backed up, easily discoverable via search engines, and assigned a permanent URL so they can always be found.
In addition to research articles, use Academic Commons to share your manuscripts, open textbooks and more. Academic Commons supports a variety of file formats, and we encourage you to deposit related materials with your texts (including data, images, audio and video).
Begin sharing your research and creative work Visit commons.library.stonybrook.edu, or contact Darren Chase, Scholarly Communication Librarian, to discuss Academic Commons, open access or other scholarly communication topics. Email Darren.Chase@stonybrook.edu call 631.632.9830.
The mission of the University Libraries Center for Scholarly Communication is to provide expertise, information and resources to researchers: