- Step 1: Generate Your Idea
- Step 2: Find Funding
- Step 3: Develop Your Proposal
- Step 4: Submit Your Proposal
- Step 5: Manage Your Award
Step 6. Share Your Research
The University adheres to principles of openness in research. This section provides information and resources for researchers to explore the steps to publicizing, publishing and archiving research.
Many sponsors, including the NIH and NSF, allow publication costs as part of the grant budget. To determine how much you should budget, consult the information for authors for the journal of your choice. The University supports publication in high quality journals and conferences in your field. To determine the relative rankings of various journals, see Citation & Metrics.
Some journals provide open access options. This means that the author pays the publication cost rather than the reader. If funding is not available and the department/college is willing to share costs, the J.Willard Marriott Library offers department level funds as part of Author Services.
For questions about publication, please contact:
Allyson Mower, MA, MLIS
Ask a Librarian
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