Authoring and Publishing
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Expert assistance with open access and compliance with funder access mandates, authoring platforms, copyright and licensing, scholarly identity and impact, and archiving publications.
- Open Access
- Open Access at Caltech
- Research Data Management and Compliance with Funder Open Access Mandates
- Authoring Resources
- Scientific Authoring
- Author Carpentry: 21st Century Research Communication: Author Carpentry promotes and provides training in best practices, tools, and competencies for authors aiming to maximize the quality and impact of their research contributions.
- Envisioning the Scientific Paper of the Future
- LaTex Authoring With Overleaf
- Citation Management using Zotero
- Academic Writing
- Scholarly Identity, Reputation and Impact
- Publishing Services at Caltech
- Journal and Book Publishing: Caltech Library can act as a publisher for Caltech researcher-led open access journals or books that serve the scientific community
- Caltech ISBNs: As a service to the Caltech community, the Caltech Library provides ISBNs for self-published materials. The guide provides information on this service, who to contact, and the information that will be needed by the library staff.
- DOIs: The Caltech Library provides the campus community with access to both custom DOIs through DataCite and Crossref, as well as self-service DOIs through CaltechDATA. DOIs enables researchers to generate persistent identifiers for publications, data, web pages, etc.
- Groups at Caltech can generate custom DOIs on their own prefix (For example, LIGO uses prefix 10.7935). This makes it easier to collectively manage the DOIs in the future and transfer them between organizations. For DataCite DOIs, groups can obtain a custom prefix at no charge by contacting the library [at] caltech.edu (library). Custom branding, automatic DOI generation, or CrossRef DOIs may require the group to cover the cost incurred by the library. library [at] caltech.edu (Contact us) for more details.
- Everyone at Caltech can get a DataCite DOI for digital objects by using the submission form in CaltechDATA. The user provides metadata about the object they are registering and a copy of the digital object. Caltech Library stores the digital object and ensues that the DOI link is updated.
- Scientific Authoring
- Copyright, Publishing Agreements, and Patents
- Archiving your Publications and Data