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Scholarly Publishing and Research Impact: Mid to Late Career Researcher Edition: Home

This guide to scholarly communications will acquaint researchers with knowledge and tools for better understanding and managing the creation and dissemination of their scholarly research.


This guide is intended to support you in the scholarly communication lifecycle at a mid- to late-career level.

You may also wish to view the Early Career Edition, which contains additional information on topics such as research methods, research proposals, dissertation to publication, writing scientific papers, peer review, and more.


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Research Lifecycle by Erin Owens, adapted from Research Lifecycle by University of Central Florida. Licensed CC-BY-SA,

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