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Scholarly Communications & Publishing: Sharing

Have questions about writing, citing, submitting, publishing, or sharing your scholarly work? This guide can help!

SHARE YOUR SCHOLARLY NEWS

Faculty who have recently published a scholarly article or book, or showcased creative works can submit the Scholarly News Form to be recognized for your exciting accomplishment. Your news will be shared on social media, featured in the Scholarship Spotlight slideshow in the library and online, and recognized in an annual press release and event celebrating faculty scholarship.

The FHSU Scholars' Repository

Social Media

Both popular social media sites (Facebook, Twitter) and academic social media sites (ResearchGate, Academia.edu) can be powerful tools for sharing your work. Here are some resources related to sharing on social media:

Article-Level Bibliometrics and Altmetrics

How do you know that your work is getting attention? Bibliometrics (the practice of analyzing citations) and altmetrics (the practice of analyzing views, downloads, links, and shares) can help!