Scholarly Communications

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The International Archive of Women Architects has maintained and preserved the records of women in architecture for 20 years. For information about noted individuals in architecture or related fields, visit the IAWA Biographical Database.

DLA has evolved from Digital Research and Scholarship Services into Scholarly Communications, following the strategic reorganization of University Libraries. Scholarly Communications manages content-based digital services such as publishing and event capture and VTechWorks, the institutional repository.

The Publishing Team manages operations for journal and conference publications. We support workflow from author submissions and peer review to article, journal, and conference proceedings publication. We are open to supporting other publishing modes of interest to the university community. Contact Gail McMillan.

Event Capture provides video recording and live streaming services for scholarly events and makes them available through VTechWorks. Contact Therese Walters to schedule a recording.

VTechWorks, is Virginia Tech's institutional repository, created and managed by the library. VTechWorks collects and archives the intellectual works of faculty and students. Learn more from Nathan Hall, the VTechWorks Librarian.

To fulfill our commitment to long-term access, Scholarly Communications has a distributed digital preservation strategy, in place since 2004. With the MetaArchive Cooperative, we participate in geographically dispersed secure dark (i.e., inaccessible) archiving.

To take advantage of our services and resources, contact Gail McMillan, Director, Scholarly Communications.

Open Access Subvention Fund
$1500 per article

VT eJournal Publishing Services

Journal of Research in Music Performance

Conference Proceedings Publishing


COS, Center for Open Science
Open Access Week Keynote: Brian Nosek
founder CoS, Center for Open Science

October 20, 2014

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