The Scholarly Communications committee provides Bucknell’s faculty scholars with customized information, education, and guidance as well as the technical resources and support services needed throughout all steps of the scholarly communications process.
Lots of people and resources are available on campus to support you in these areas here are some of the offices on campus that can help you with scholarly communications issues!
A number of administrative divisions on campus support the activities of scholarly communications. While the Scholarly Communications team is comprised of L&IT staff, you can assemble a cross-campus support team depending on your activities and need. Below are a few of the divisions and a description of the activities that support scholarly communication.
The Provost sets the University’s expectations regarding teaching, scholarship and service to its academic community, provides development opportunities, grants in support of open access, and coordinates ethical investigation through the Institutional Review Board.
The division manages campus Social Media Guidelines and provides support to Bucknell faculty and staff who are considering establishing or are already managing a social media presence affiliated with the University. The Media Relations team works with a network of journalists from around the world to shine a spotlight on compelling campus stories and respond to media inquiries related to Bucknell.
Bucknell University Press is a scholarly book publisher dedicated to disseminating new work in the humanities and humanistic social sciences. Press staff are also available to consult with Bucknell faculty about the publishing process, including proposal writing, peer review, contract negotiation, and book production. The Press maintains a library of resources on publishing-related topics, from revising the dissertation to copyright and permissions questions.
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