Scholarly publishing is undergoing fundamental transformations, and the UB Libraries want to help you understand how these changes impact your scholarly endeavors. Contact Christopher Hollister or Karlen Chase for more information.
The UB Libraries can provide assistance with sustainable, long-term, online preservation of your work (articles, data and other scholarly output).
- U.S. Patents and Trademarks Office site. For more information about patents, check out the Patents guide.
This research guide offers an overview of ways to track your research impact through citation metrics. Maximize your research impact by identifying the best journal for your work, considering open access publishing options and depositing your work in the UB Institutional Repository.
This research guide provides a brief introduction to open access publishing. Open access (OA) is the free availability of an article, journal or other work on the Internet. There are varying levels of openness, but a work that is OA is free to access and read.
The costs associated with higher education have risen exponentially in recent years. The University Libraries are committed to exploring new and experimental models of mitigating these costs, and to providing solutions that align with the University's Mission and its standards for high quality education for all students. The purpose of this guide is to provide relevant sources and services for mitigating costs and for improving teaching and learning.