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What is Scholarly Communication?
Welcome to this LibGuide on Scholarly Communication/Publishing. I hope you will find the resources useful. If you have any queries or suggestions about this LibGuide, please contact Denise Nicholson (see contact details in Profile).
- Introduction and Definitions
- Publishing Trends
- Evaluating Journals
- Accredited Journals
- Predatory Publishers
- Ethics and Plagiarism
- Data Management
- Myths about Open Access
- Open Access Monographs
- Open Science
- Scholarly Communication and Open Access
- Wits Scholarship and Open Access
- Research Process and Resources
- Wits Library Services and Resources
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What is Academic Publishing?
Defining What Scholarly Communication Is
Defining Scholarly Communication
Guide on Publishing Research