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Scholarly Communications & Open Access

How do you access and share research? 

The formal and informal ways that scholars create, review, and disseminate scholarship is the heart of scholarly communication (ACRL, 2003). Scholarly Publication Cycle: create, evaluate, publish, disseminate, preserve, reuse

There are many services at SUNY Oneonta and James M. Milne Library to support our faculty throughout the scholarly communication process -- see the table of options below.

Do you want to discuss your own publishing needs? Contact Milne Library at for a consultation.

Scholarly Communication Services @ SUNY Oneonta


Get grant support at the

Faculty Center and

Sponsored Programs Office

Learn to avoid 

predatory journals

Deposit articles in our 

SUNY Open Access Repository (SOAR)

Connect to our 

OER Initiative 

Access research compliance and
survey support the

Office of Institutional Research

Consider your 

Open Access options

Share your research on campus via

Life of the Mind

Faculty Convivium

Faculty Center events

Access journals & databases through

Milne Library

Fund student projects with Student research grants 

Retain your

Author rights

Celebrate your students' work at the SRCA Showcase

Search for Open Access articles at


Directory of Open Access Journals

Ask a librarian for research support

Maximize sharing with a Creative Commons license