Scholarly electronic publishing bibliography

@inproceedings{Bailey2005ScholarlyEP,
  title={Scholarly electronic publishing bibliography},
  author={Jr. Charles W. Bailey},
  year={2005}
}
  • J. Bailey
  • Published 10 June 2005
  • Computer Science
This bibliography presents selected articles, books, electronic documents, and other sources that are useful in understanding scholarly electronic publishing efforts on the Internet and other networks. 
New Initiatives for Electronic Scholarly Publishing: Academic Information Sources on the Internet
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The paper will outline the strategic factors that impact on the acceptance of these scholarly materials, available through "open access or archiving/depositing", several international initiatives aiming at the creation of a global network of cross-searchable research materials underway.
Web Citation by Graduate Students: A Comparison of Print and Electronic Theses
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This study suggests that students who are required to publish their thesis digitally exhibit citation behavior that is no different from students who produce their theses in print.
How Electronic Journals Are Changing Patterns of Use
SUMMARY Surveys of faculty, students, and scientists in non-university settings over time show that journals and journal articles continue to be a valued resource. Scientists today read from a
Digital library economics: aspects and prospects
A review of the issues surrounding the economics of and economic justification for, digital libraries.
Use and Users of Electronic Library Resources: An Overview and Analysis of Recent Research Studies
she is working on a master's degree in the School of Information Science at the University of Tennessee and she plans to become a school media specialist.
Academic Writing, Genres and Philosophy
This paper examines the underlying genres of philosophy focusing especially on their pedagogical forms to emphasize the materiality and historicity of genres, texts and writing. It focuses briefly on
Quality control in scholarly publishing: A new proposal
  • S. Mizzaro
  • Computer Science
    J. Assoc. Inf. Sci. Technol.
  • 2003
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A new kind of electronic scholarly journal is described, in which the standard submission-review-publication process is replaced by a more sophisticated approach, based on judgments expressed by the readers: in this way, each reader is, potentially, a peer reviewer.
Electronic resources and institutional repositories in informal scholarly communication and publishing
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It is demonstrated that institutional repositories are not particularly successful at handling resources outside the framework of formal publishing, and interpretation of usage data suggests that non-formal resources play an important part in repository visibility.
Scholarly communication activities in the fields of chemistry and economics. A Polish perspective
This study examines the scholarly communication activities in two scientific fields, chemistry and economics, in a Polish context. The dissertation aims at investigating what characterises the
Scholarly Knowledge Development and Dissemination in an International Context: Approaches and Tools for Higher Education
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This paper looks at the process of collaboratively creating and disseminating information resources, such as journals, books, papers, and multimedia resources in higher education and evaluates some of the most commonly used software options for supporting these activities.
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Network-Based Electronic Publishing of Scholarly Works: A Selective Bibliography
This bibliography presents selected articles, books, electronic documents, and other sources that are useful in understanding scholarly electronic publishing efforts on the Internet and other
Indexing electronic journals
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An overview of the process, including selection of titles, subscriptions, procedures and problems, is provided of indexing three electronic journals since 1995.
Evolution of an Electronic Book: The Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography
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A detailed look at the development of the bibliography is taken, and cumulative use statistics for the period October 1996-December 2000 are presented.
The Evolution of Electronic Publishing
Summarizes the development of electronic publishing since the early 1960s-when computers were used merely to produce conventional printed products-to the present move toward networked scholarly
Peer Reviewing and Electronic Publishing
Several issues about organizing worldwide open archives, refereeing system, and quality control and certification of research publications are reviewed. Advantages and drawbacks of using the web are
Learned societies and electronic publishing
Electronic publishing techniques are introducing inevitable changes in scholarly publishing as a whole and in the academic journal publishing business in particular. What will be the effect of the
The Evolution of Electronic Publishing
SUMMARIZES DEVELOPMLNT of electronic publishing since the early THE 1960s-when computers were used merely to produce conventional printed products-to the present move toward networked scholarly
Electronic Publishing on Networks: Part II of a Selective Bibliography
This bibliography presents selected works, published between 1992 and the present, that are useful in understanding network-based electronic publishing. Key sources that deal with related topics,
Problems of the paperless book
The foundations of electronic publishing have been established, but questions and limitations still restrict its use in scholarly publishing.
Electronic journal publishing in mathematics
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The current market trends for mathematics journals, the pricing of electronic journals, and electronic publishing alternatives for independent journal publishers in mathematics are described and examined.
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