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Social Work Doctoral Student Library Research: Scholarly Impact

A guide to help incoming doctoral students in the field of Social Work. This guide is to introduce the students to key library resources to help them with their research and scholarship.

Boost your Scholarly Impact and Digital Identity

The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries is striving to prepare graduate students for success even after leaving UTA. In today’s academic world having a strong digital identity is more important now than ever. Being able to utilize these tools provides the student with a broader knowledge base for navigating the rapidly changing research environment of publishing, open access, copyright, and impact metrics. 

Boost your Scholarly Profile

Beware Predatory Publishers

Open Education at UTA

Author Rights and Copyright

SherpaRomeo, For a reference on copyright concern about self-archiving, this database houses many publishers policies.

SPARC Author Addendum, The Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) has a brochure on breaking out from traditional publishing methods and offers authors an option of an addendum to help keep their authors rights to their work.

Create Change, Get More From Your Academic Research.

10 Things You Should Know About Scholarly Communication, ACRL put together 10 major points about scholarly communication.

Creative Commons, Share your work with the world legally, but have it protected too.