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Scholarly communication is how scholars exchange ideas and information related to their research and teaching, including all the ways they approach the creation, evaluation, dissemination, preservation, use, and transformation of knowledge.
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What is Scholarly Communication?

In simplest terms, scholarly communication is how scholars exchange ideas and information related to their research, teaching, and other academic endeavors.  It includes all the rapidly evolving ways scholars approach the creation, evaluation, dissemination, preservation, use, and transformation of knowledge.

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