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Understanding Your Rights

Your copyright: increase the impact of your research

What is open access?

Does the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy affect me?

Which funding agencies require me to share my article? Funding requirements

Managing/Publishing Data

Where can I publish my data in a repository? Share your data

Which funding agencies require me to share my data? Funding requirements

Get help/advice from data specialists: Data Management

Writing Your Thesis

MIT's Specifications for Thesis Preparation

Add your thesis to MIT's DSpace thesis collection

Using previously published material in your thesis

Reusing images or figures in your thesis

Book Publishing

Independent book publishing: A  guide for academics

Preparing Your Research for Publication

We can help you in many stages of the publishing process:

Secure Funding

Use tools and guides for finding funding and grants from the NIH, NSF and more.  Understand publishing requirements (including NIH's Public Access Policy).

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Find Related Research

Find tools, librarians and guides that will help you find the most relevant information and data for your research. 

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Manage Information / Writing

Get tips on organizing and citing your sources and data, using tools such as RefWorks, EndNote and Zotero.

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Select a Journal to Publish In

Find impact factors of journals (via Journal Citation Reports) and find journals in your field, including open access journals.

Ask the experts

Want to speak with a librarian who knows the publishing scene in your research area?

See: Subject Experts

Need help with copyright or publishing agreements?

Need help managing or publishing your data?