The Research Commons provides information to graduate researchers to support scholarly publishing activities.
Scholarly communication and publishing
- Scholarly Publishing
- Publishing Choices
- Information for Authors
- Open Access
- Publishing in institutional and disciplinary repositories
Liaison Librarians can provide you with information on scholarly publishing choices and guidance on retaining your rights as as author.
- Book an appointment with your Liaison Librarian
- View and register via Research Commons Upcoming Workshops
Summit - SFU Library's Rearch Repository manages and showcases selected research and scholarship of SFU researchers. These selected research outputs include theses, research reports, journal articles, digital images, book chapters, data and other scholarly and teaching related works.
Summit enables SFU faculty members, students, and staff easily and widely disseminate their publications and other scholarly contributions.
- For a description of Summit, watch the 2 minute Summit video
- For more information, see What is Summit?
Contributing to Summit:
All SFU faculty, students, and staff who conduct and publish research are encouraged to contribute to Summit. You can submit the material yourself or delegate this work to someone in your department or work group. Summit entries contain brief descriptive information, citations, and a link to the digital work.
- Submitting your Material explains the steps involved in inputting material to Summit
- See an example of a Summit record
- View the online presentation Summit: The SFU Institutional Repository* (44:46)
*Online workshop videos are made available through the generous support of the Office of the Dean of Graduate Studies.