Evolution of scientific publishing over the last 30 years.


Since the launching of Cadernos de Saúde Pública (CSP) in 1985, the revolution in information and communication technologies (ICTs) has transformed all aspects of scientific publishing: content generation, publication management, workflow and production formats, accessibility, dissemination, and archiving. These changes have, in turn, radically altered the scientific publishing landscape and the relationships among the major players, including scientific publishers, libraries and academic institutions, authors, and readers. In this short perspective I will review examples from each category and reflect on some current and future trends that are driving the scientific publishing enterprise.

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@article{Momen2014EvolutionOS, title={Evolution of scientific publishing over the last 30 years.}, author={Hooman Momen}, journal={Cadernos de saúde pública}, year={2014}, volume={30 3}, pages={458-9} }