Scholarly research process: from idea to institutional repository.

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School or College School of Medicine
Creator Gregory, Joan M.; Mower, Allyson; Youngkin, Mary E.; Le Ber, Jeanne M.
Title Scholarly research process: from idea to institutional repository.
Date 2007-01-24
Description Steps in the Research Process: 1) Idea generation and refinement. 2) Searching, accessing, reading, evaluating, and keeping track of the literature. 3) Seeking the knowledge/expertise of your colleagues. 4) Designing, seeking approval, and funding for your study, 5) Conducting your study. 6) Recording, tracking, and analyzing your data. 7) Writing up your study for publication. 8) Archiving your manuscript in the Institutional Repository . 9) Identifying options (including open access) for peer review and dissemination of your article. 10) Protecting and retaining your copyright (your rights as an author). 11) Publishing and archiving your published article. 12) Sharing your work with colleagues, students, the community.
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Publisher Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library
Subject Scholarly research; Institutional repositories; Dentistry
Subject MESH Research; Education, Dental
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Gregory JM, Mower A, Younkin ME, Le Ber JM. The Scholarly Research Process: From Idea to Institutional Repository.
Rights Management Copyright © 2007 University of Utah.
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