Electronic Publishing & Scholarly Information
- Articles, Papers, Documents, Reports, etc
Updated 4 March, 2000
Academic Writers, Academic
Rights: A Draft Declaration. The draft Declaration on academic writers
and academic rights is the result of a national one-day Consultation for
university and college lecturers and researchers who are also authors.
This event was organised by the Authors' Licensing and Collecting Society
(ALCS) in November 1997. (UK)
The case of Gordon &
Breach v. American Institute of Physics and American Physical Society
- "a rich trove of primary information provided for members of the academic
and legal communities and the citizenry who are interested in the values
and diffusion of scientific and scholarly communications against the backdrop
of the 20th century marketplace." (Site compiled by Stanford University
Libraries and Yale University Libraries) (US)
The Changing World of
Scholarly Communication: Challenges and Choices for Canada: Final report
of the AUCC-CARL/ABRC Task Force on Academic Libraries and Scholarly Communication.
November 1996. Copyright: Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada
and the Canadian Association of Research Libraries.
and Revenue Structure of Academic Journals: Paper-based versus E-journals
by Dr. Vijay Jog
This book is scheduled to be published by Haworth Press in spring 1998
(and will also be published as vol. 33, no. 1-4 of The Serials Librarian).
Full text of selected
and Legitimate Media in the Systems of Scholarly Communication Rob
Kling and Lisa Covi Department of Information & Computer Science University
of California, Irvine Irvine, California, 92717 email@example.com
-- firstname.lastname@example.org Published in:
The Information Society1995. 11(4):261-271.
Journals and Scholarly Communication: A Citation and Reference Study A
paper delivered at the Midyear Meeting of the American Society for Information
Science, San Diego, CA, May 20-22, 1996 by Stephen P. Harter and Hak Joon
Electronic Publishing in Science:
- this forum opens up with essays from some of the leaders in the world
of electronic publishing. (American Association for the Advancement of
Electronic Publishing in Science Joint ICSU Press UNESCO Conference.
1996 February 19-23 Paris Proceedings available at http://surya.grainger.uiuc.edu/icsu/
ACLS Announces $3 Million Grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
to Support a New Electronic Publishing
Initiative for Scholarly Monographs in History. American
Council of Learned Societies (ACLS). (US)
Publication Transforming Libraries Issue 3: June 1997 (Association
of Research Libraries) (US)
Scholarly Publication: Quo Vadis? Stevan HARNAD (Solaris,
(Groupe Interuniversitaire de Recherches en Sciences de l'Information et
de la Documentation) ISSN : 1258-4444 Dossier 03 - 1996)
An Evaluation of the Federal Government's Implementation of the Government
Information Locator Service (GILS). Final Report, submitted by William
E. Moen, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas and Charles R. McClure,
Distinguished Professor, Manlius, New York submitted to General Services
Administration, Office of Information Technology Integration Washington,
DC June 30, 1997 (US)
From Scribe to Screen:
New EC Study on Electronic Publishing Developments (©ECSC-EC-EAEC,
HTML 4.0 Specification: W3C Working
Draft 8-July-1997 (The World Wide Web Consortium [W3C])
Their Role In Networked Information Applications, by Clifford Lynch,
Executive Director, Coalition for Networked Information ARL: A Bimonthly
Newsletter Of Research Library Issues And Actions Issue 194, October 1997.
Harter, Stephen P. "The
Impact of Electronic Journals on Scholarly Communication: A Citation
Analysis." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 7, no. 5 (1996). (Refereed
impact of electronic publishing on library services and resources in the
UK. Report of the British Library Working Party on Electronic Publishing,
edited by Peter Vickers and John Martyn 1994
The Information Economy:
The Economics of the Internet, Information Goods, Intellectual Property
and Related Issues, by Hal R. Varian (School of Information Management
and Systems at the University of California Berkeley)
Research: an electronic journal (Department of Information
Studies, University of Sheffield). ISSN 1368-1613
JSTOR and the
economics of scholarly communication William G. Bowen, President, The
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, October 4, 1995
Knit One, Purl Two: the Organisation of Knowledge
on the Internet, by Colin Steele (University Librarian, Australian
National University). 1996 Mollie Thompson Memorial Lecture. State Library
of New South Wales
Librarians and Publishers
in the Scholarly Information Process: Transition in the Electronic Age
Sponsored by the Council on Library Resources and the Professional/Scholarly
Publishing Division of the Association of American Publishers, Inc. Report
Prepared by Linda Scovill.
Electronic Records - a shared responsibility (revised July 1997) Australian
or pulp fiction? Do libraries and librarians have an internet future? Follett
Lectures April 95, by Colin Steele
of online publication - sources toward a provisional typology of online
publishing. (Willard McCarty) (UK)
Andrew Odlyzko: Papers
on Electronic Publishing and Electronic Commerce. (AT&T Labs
- Research) (US)
Competition and cooperation: Libraries and publishers in the transition
to electronic scholarly journals.
The evolution of electronic scholarly communication.
Competitive pricing of information goods: Subscription pricing versus pay-per-use.
The economics of electronic journals.
Fixed fee versus unit pricing for information goods: competition, equilibria,
and price wars.
Tragic loss or good riddance? The impending demise of traditional scholarly
The publishing of electronic scholarly monographs and text books (Ray Lonsdale,
DILS, University of Wales Aberystwyth & C.J. Armstrong, CIQM). [Terms
of reference] Final report, April 1998. [Word
6 format] [RTF]
(eLib Supporting Studies - UKOLN-managed Studies) (UK)
Paper on Libraries, Copyright and the Electronic Environment of the
International Publishers Copyright Council (IPCC)
Scientific Journals Online, by Tom Abate. BioScience, Special
Publishing Article. Volume 47, Number 3, March 1997
"Putting E-Texts on the Net: Three Perspectives"
Report on the ACRL E-Text Center Discussion Group Meeting at the American
Libraries Association Meeting in Chicago, IL, June 24, 2-4 PM by Mary Mallery
Report of the Committee
on Electronic Publishing and Tenure, April 11, 1997 (State University
of New Jersey, Rutgers)
Review of Metadata
Formats, by Rachel Heery (UKOLN). This is a 'pre-publication draft'
version of the following paper: Review of Metadata Formats. Program
Vol 30, Issue no. 4, October 1996. (UK)
and the Need for Collective Action. ARL Discussion Paper, October 1997.
Association of Research Libraries) (US)
Scholarly Electronic Publishing
Bibliography by Charles W. Bailey, Jr. This bibliography will be updated
on a monthly basis. It supersedes "Network-Based Electronic Publishing
of Scholarly Works: A Selective Bibliography," a PACS Review article by
the same author that will no longer be updated.
International Coalition of Library Consortia (ICOLC). Statement
of Current Perspective and Preferred Practices for the Selection and Purchase
of Electronic Information.
Summary report -
Coalition for Networked Information - Fall 1995 Task Force Meeting
Summary Report: Networked
Information in an International Context, London / February 9-10, 1996
(email from CNI)
Summary Report on Spring 1996 CNI Task Force
Meeting (Coalition for Networked Information)
Briefings CNI Fall 1996 Task Force Meeting (Coalition for Networked
To Publish and Perish
(Policy Perspectives Co-sponsored by the Association of Research
Libraries, the Association of American Universities, and the
Pew Higher Education Roundtable - Special Issue March 1998 Volume 7 Number
a new paradigm for scholarly communication / Vers un nouveau paradigme
de communication savante, discussion paper prepared by the AUCC - CARL/ABRC
Task Force on Academic Libraries and Scholarly Communication (Canada)
University Libraries &
Scholarly Communication: A Study Prepared for The Andrew W. Mellon
Foundation by Anthony M. Cummings, Marcia L. Witte, William G. Bowen, Laura
O. Lazarus, and Richard H. Ekman Published by The Association of Research
Libraries for The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, November 1992.
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies (1997) 47(1) 1-222 Special
Issue. World Wide Web Usability
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