Scholarly communication can be defined as "the system through which research and other scholarly writings are created, evaluated for quality, disseminated to the scholarly community, and preserved for future use" (ACRL). While scholarly communication has typically focused on journal publication, we can also include other types of research output, such as data, software, and other kinds of digital scholarship.
HSLS librarians are available to provide scholarly communication support to Pitt's health sciences community in various ways. The following are a few examples:
The following are upcoming classes related to scholarly communication. For a list of all currently scheduled HSLS classes, refer to the class calendar.
For more topics related to scholarly communication, here are other relevant research guides created by HSLS librarians.