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Scholarly Communication @ UT: Home

A guide to learn more about scholarly communication, including open access, copyright, and grant funding resources.

Come For a Break in the Library!

LEARN ABOUT UT SCHOLARSHIP, JOURNALS AND ARCHIVES

In The Macdonald-Kelce Library’s Institutional Repository

When: Wednesday, July 24th, from 2-2:45pm

Where: AV2, located on the 2nd floor of the Library

What: The Institutional Repository is a digital service that collects, preserves, and distributes the intellectual output of the UT community.

Why: Learn what’s available for your use in the repository and how your department might preserve items in there, too.

For: All UT Staff and Faculty

Delicious snacks will be served!

Members of the Library’s Institutional Repository Committee will present a brief overview of the repository and answer any questions you might have.

Please contact Shannon Spencer (sspencer@ut.edu / x3847) with any questions.

What is Scholarly Communication?

Scholarly Communication is the process in which research is published and shared. Scholarly Communication at The University of Tampa focuses on making faculty and student scholarship available through The University of Tampa Institutional Repository (UoTIR), educating authors on copyright and their rights, and advocating for Open Access, an international movement to make research freely available to the world. We help all faculty and students share their scholarship and maximize their research impact.

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You may re-use and re-mix this guide as long as you provide credit to FGCU Library, the original creators of this guide.

Your Librarian

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Shannon Spencer
Contact:
Macdonald-Kelce Library, RM 155
813-257-3847
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