Scholarly and Research Communication is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary, Open Access online journal that publishes original contributions to the understanding of production, dissemination, and usage of knowledge. It emphasizes the dynamics of representation and changing organizational elements, including technologically mediated workflows, ownership, and legal structures.
    Contributions are welcomed in all media and span formal research and analysis; technical reports and demonstration; commentary, and review.
    The journal provides scholarly assessment and editorial evaluation and fine tuning without charge. Authors must provide publishable copy or purchase needed editorial services from the journal.




Volume 7(2): Double Issue


Volume 7(2) is a double issue of Scholarly Communication and Research, which features a collection of articles from the sixth annual gathering, Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE). This issue’s focus is on the many facets of digital and social scholarship: creativity, implementation, institutional interface, audience, initiatives, sustainability, along with opportunities and challenges.

Posted: 2016-11-16 More

Volume 6(2), 6(3), & 6(4)


Published in 3 parts as Volume 6(2), 6(3) and 6(4), “From Technical Standards to Research Communities – Implementing New Knowledge Environments Gatherings, Sydney 2014 and Whistler 2015” brings readers a collection of articles that highlight new ways to create and mobilize knowledge generated in digital environments.

These articles describe new ways humanities researchers, publishers, and policy makers can collaborate effectively to make the most of the new affordances of computational tools and methods.

Posted: 2015-10-29 More

Special Science Communication issue

SRC's special "Science Communication" issue is now available online. We would like to invite other Canadian scientients (all disciplines) to add to this growing dialogue by submitting personal commentaries on their ideals and realities and the dynamics of their science, including the need for the free exchange of ideas, data, and research findings. Guest editor Britt Hall and the SRC see this initiative as contributing to science literacy and to encourgaing young Canadians to consider a career in science. Inquiries may be directed to guest editor, Britt Hall <> or publisher and editor-in-chief, Rowland Lorimer <>.  
Posted: 2013-06-21 More
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