Understanding how scholars publish and share work is a key skill for both early and advanced researchers. It includes skills like designing an effective research presentation, appropriately reusing or citing work, preserving research, and publishing work in multiple formats.
Anyone can discover venues to publish their work like journals, books, data or code repositories, exhibitions, and digital creations.
Students can learn how sharing work is part of a larger, ongoing conversation.
An advanced-stage graduate student can learn how to create and manage an online scholarly identity with personal websites or social media.
For more information, see the departmental pages below.
- Reference and Instructional Services
- Digital Scholarship and Publishing
- Student Multimedia Design Center
- UD Press
- Special Collections and Museums