NUS Libraries - Scholarly Communication

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NUS Libraries

NUS Libraries (NUSL) supports green open access and is committed to partner and support NUS faculties and researchers in their scholarly communication endeavours. For this, NUSL has established a Scholarly Communication Committee (SComm).

The SComm aims to:

  • Provide information to the NUS Community on trends in scholarly communication, including scholarly publishing, open access and copyright.
  • Foster and promote the dissemination and preservation of the NUS scholarly output via its institutional repository ScholarBank@NUS.
  • Provide training to the NUS community in citation analysis as a measure of research performance and reference information sources on citation analysis to support teaching and learning.


Content updated on 19 Aug 2014

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