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Scholarly Communication is the means by which scholars record contributions and communicate research findings. It is the way by which we document the progression of knowledge within and across disciplines to form the knowledge record. In general, this phrase refers to formal means of communication, such as publishing in journals, books, conference proceedings and elsewhere, and includes the processes of creating, evaluating, editing, distributing, organizing and accessing information.
A brief overview of Scholarly Communication issues and trends is a available from the Association of College and Research Libraries.