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The changing face of scientific communication: Developing new models for scholarly publishing in the electronic environment. Sponsored by SIG STI, SIG PUB
Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (2002)
  • K.T. L. Vaughan, James Madison University
  • Julia Blixrud
  • Karla L. Hahn
  • David Cohn
Abstract

The development of the Internet as a scholarly communication tool and the subsequent (apparent) decline of the print journal are causing great changes in historical systems of scientific communication. Not all of these changes have been positive. The two- decades long “serials crisis” in subscriptions costs, paired with the increasing recognition that copyright management is of vital importance to the flow of information, has prompted many in scholarly communication fields to call for a sea change in how scientists formally ...

Publication Date
November 1, 2002
Citation Information
K.T. L. Vaughan, Julia Blixrud, Karla L. Hahn and David Cohn. "The changing face of scientific communication: Developing new models for scholarly publishing in the electronic environment. Sponsored by SIG STI, SIG PUB" Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology Vol. 39 Iss. 1 (2002)
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