Scholarly Communication at Santa Clara University
The Current Crisis
A crisis in scholarly communication is shaking the foundations of how scholars—and their institutions—communicate. The crisis began with an unprecedented rise in the cost of scholarly journals. To learn more...
Scholars should be able to retain rights to the non-profit use of their work so they can share knowledge with colleagues and students, and archive their works. To learn more…
Open-access journals, many of them peer-reviewed, provide free online access to research articles. Because open-access journals are available to all, citations from this new model of scholarly publication are increasing significantly. To learn more…
|Faculty Attitudes and Behaviors Regarding Scholarly Communication: Survey Findings from the University of California |
NIH Public Access Policy implementation - Current details
On April 7, the mandated NIH deposit policy began. Check this page for details.
Harvard To Collect, Disseminate Scholarly Articles For Faculty
Harvard University Faculty of Arts and Sciences voted to give the University a worldwide license to make each faculty member's scholarly articles available.
Harvard Law faculty votes for 'open access' to scholarly articles
Harvard Law School faculty unanimously voted to make each faculty member's scholarly articles available online for free.
Stanford opens access to all its education studies
Faculty members at Stanford University's School of Education have voted to make scholarly articles available to the public for free.