For all UT scholars—with diverse roles as researchers, grant writers, instructors, authors, creators, editors, reviewers, or administrators—a consultation or workshop with Rachel Caldwell, the Scholarly Communication & Publishing Librarian, can help answer your concerns about:
- open access publishing, including UT’s Open Publishing Support Fund
- avoiding predatory/deceptive publishers
- authorship disputes
- preserving and archiving research and creative outputs
- avoiding plagiarism, duplicate publications, redundant publications, etc.
- Open archiving of publications and other research outputs in UT’s open access repository, TRACE
- Open Educational Resources, including open textbooks
- Public access policies of federal and private funders
- Research Impact Metrics
The Libraries also provides an open access journal-hosting service, with expertise and support for editors, journal founders, and journal migrations. Set up a consultation for more information.
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