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Data Management – Funder Requirements

In order to promote open access to research data, many funding agencies require research data produced as part of a funded project to be made publicly available. In 1999 the US Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-110 was

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Understanding Data Management

Research data management is an area in constant development. To help clarify some of the many questions swirling around it there are a number of training resources, materials, and programs offered online. This is a list aggregating some of those

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Researcher Funder Public Access Requirements

The table below summarizes major US Research funder public access requirements for publications and data, and links to information on related journal requirements.   Search SHERPA/Juliet for Funders’ Public Access/ Open Access Policies.   For questions, please contact: Darren Chase,

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Open Access

What is Open Access? Open access is free, unrestricted online access to scholarly articles. What it means to academia and research is that cost and access restrictions are removed from the equation, allowing free access to peer-reviewed, scholarly works, books, and just

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Discover SBU Open Access: highly cited and on the rise

SBU Research Data SBU Open Access Publishing Activity 87,621  articles published by SBU scholars and researchers, 1966 – 2015 1602, or ~2% of those articles are open access 27,628 articles published by SBU scholars and researchers, 2006 – 2015 6% of

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How Do You Know A Journal Is Legitimate?

As a researcher or scholar under pressure to publish, you may accept solicitations to submit articles for publication even if you are not familiar with the journal or publisher. Some of these offers are legitimate but others turn out to

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About & Contact

The mission of the Center for Scholarly Communication is to provide expertise, services, information and resources to scholars, researchers and students: in meeting grants funders’ public access mandates (NIH, NSF, etc.). for leveraging author’s copyright. author’s addendum for retaining copyright.

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Scholarly Communication & Publishing

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. Stony Brook University

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Your Copyright: Increase the Impact of Your Research

Information for SBU authors Why retain rights? Many publishers create significant barriers for authors who want to reuse or share their work, and for access to that work by others. Negotiating changes to standard publisher agreements can help authors avoid

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