The current model of scholarly communication is rapidly evolving to meet the needs and expectations of the digital world. UCF Libraries' Scholarly Communication Advisory group created a mental model titled, "The Research Lifecycle @ UCF" to outline the path of scholarly communication at our institution. This guide has been designed to assist UCF scholars with information from many aspects of scholarly communication including copyright, digital scholarship, open access publishing, and funding policy requirements as well as highlight services available to scholars seeking assistance.
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Information on "born digital" publications.
Funding Policy Requirements
Information on metadata, data management plans, and resources for various funding agencies' requirements.
Information on open access, resources to help you decide where to publish, and citation analysis & metrics.
The research lifecycle at UCF visually represents the process UCF reasearchers follow, the resources available to them, the infrastructure that supports their work, as well as areas of need and potential future support.
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