Answered By: Ken Fujiuchi Last Updated: Jul 31, 2014 Views: 30
Information is commonly produced through scholarship. The scholarly communication cycle is the process by which researchers share their findings with other scholars in their field of study. Traditionally, the cycle includes designing and conducting research, compiling the findings, reporting the research to others through written papers and conference presentations, and publishing the research in a scholarly journal. When you study from scholarly articles for your own research projects and use this information to develop new questions and ideas, you are taking part in the scholarly communication cycle.