Scholarly communication can be thought of as the system through which research and scholarship is created, evaluated, distributed, and preserved (ACRL, Principles and Strategies for the Reform of Scholarly Communication). It encompasses traditional publications (books, journal articles, and conference proceedings), continually emerging publications (working papers and blogs), research objects such as datasets and even methods for verifying scientific claims.
Use this guide to learn more about specific topics in scholarly communication, how it fits within the larger research landscape, and the services and resources that the Hesburgh Libraries offer in this area. Not sure where to start? Try downloading "10 Things You Should Know About Scholarly Communication" to your left.