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Current Models of Digital Scholarly Communication: Results of an Investigation Conducted by Ithaka for the Association of Research Libraries

In the spring of 2008, ARL engaged Ithaka to conduct an investigation into the range of online resources valued by scholars, paying special attention to those projects that are pushing beyond the boundaries of traditional formats and are considered innovative by the faculty who use them. This report profiles each of these eight types of resources, including discussion of how and why the faculty members reported using the resources for their work, how content is selected for the site, and what sustainability strategies the resources are employing.

pdf digital-sc-models-report-2008.pdf

 
 

Scholarly Communication and Epistemic Cultures

Keynote Address, delivered at "Scholarly Tribes and Tribulations: How Tradition and Technology Are Driving Disciplinary Change," Washington, DC, October 17, 2003

pdf scholarly-tribes-cronin-17oct03.pdf

 
 

Partnering to Publish 2010: Recapturing the Essence of the Past: Integrating the University Press into the Library at Utah State University

Describes the Utah State University Libraries' experiment to publish USU faculty authors in all fields and disciplines as Open Access electronic books that will once again place the Press, now integrated into the Library, at the center of the university. Presented at the SSP/ARL "Partnering to Publish" Seminar, November 2010.

pdf partnering-to-publish-clement-nov2010.pdf

 
 

Partnering to Publish 2010: New Roles for Librarians as Editorial Consultants

Learn how the NIH Library is meeting the more complex research needs of its customers and is propelling researchers to publish through the Writing Center and Editing Service. Presented at the SSP/ARL "Partnering to Publish" Seminar, November 2010.

pdf partnering-to-publish-clark-nov2010.pdf

 
   

Partnering to Publish 2010: Building a Scholarly Publishing Infrastructure at the University of Michigan: Challenges, Opportunities and First Moves

This presentation reports on the University of Michigan's early experiences with formally creating a Publishing Division and illustrates them with discussion of projects that implement new approaches to management and production. Presented at the SSP/ARL "Partnering to Publish" Seminar, November 2010.

pdf partnering-to-publish-bonn-nov2010.pdf

 
 

Partnering to Publish 2010: Research Libraries Support for Small Publishers

Reports on a project to explore the potential for ARL libraries to provide support to print-only publishers to ensure long-term digital access to their content. Presented at the SSP/ARL "Partnering to Publish" Seminar, November 2010.

pdf partnering-to-publish-blixrud-nov2010.pdf

 
   
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