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Collaboration in Electronic Scholarly Communication: New Possibilities for Old Books
Scholarship at Penn Libraries
  • Shawn Martin, University of Pennsylvania
Document Type
Journal Article
Date of this Version
10-1-2006
Abstract
The Text Creation Partnership (TCP) project at the University of Michigan, a project that maximizes the respective strengths of scholars, libraries, and commercial publishers, has created a new model for academic scholarly publication and collaboration in the humanities. Such new electronic resources come with the tremendous possibility of changing the study of history, yet with such collaborative endeavors come many questions about use and collaboration. These endeavors also bring up new questions about the use of such resources by historians and how scholars of history should be proactive in the creation of digital scholarship.
Comments
Postprint version. Published in Journal of the Association for History and Computing, Volume 9, Issue 2, October, 2006).
Publisher URL: http://mcel.pacificu.edu/jahc/jahcix2/articles/martin.htm
Citation Information
Shawn Martin. "Collaboration in Electronic Scholarly Communication: New Possibilities for Old Books" (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/shawnmar/1/