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Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier
edited by Robin P. Peek and Gregory B. Newby
Foreword by James E. Rush

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Table of Contents

I. The Impact of Electronic Publishing on Scholarly Life

  1. Scholarly Publishing, Facing The New Frontiers, Robin Peek
  2. Analyzing Alternate Visions of Electronic Publishing and Digital Libraries,Rob Kling and Roberta Lamb
  3. The Impact of Electronic Publishing on the Academic Community, Robert Silverman
  4. The Seminar, the encyclopedia, and the ECG Museum as Possible Future Forms of Electronic Publishing, Jean-Claude Guedon
  5. Tragic Loss or Good Riddance? The Impending Demise of Traditional Scholarly Journals, Andrew Odlyzko
  6. Implementing Peer Review on the Net: Scientific Quality Control in Scholarly Electronic Journals, Steven Harnard

II. The New Challenges

  1. The Economic Quandary of the Network Publisher, Brian Hayes
  2. Issues of Integrity in Electronic Publishing, Clifford A. Lynch
  3. The University Press in the Electronic Future, Lisa Freeman
  4. Network Information Is Not Free, Ira Fuchs
  5. University Libraries and Scholarly Communication, Ann Okerson
  6. A Consortium for Refereed Electronic Journals, Larry Hurtado
  7. Revolutionary or Regressive: The Politics of Electronic Collection Development, Marlene Manoff
  8. Traditional Publishers and Electronic Journals, Janet Fisher
  9. The Need for Management of Electronic Journals, Fytton Rowland
  10. The Challenges of Electronic Text in the Library: Bibliographic Control and Access, Rebecca Guenther
  11. Scholarly Communication in the Networked Environment: Issues of Principle, Policy, and Practice, Brian Kahin
  12. Where Electronic Publications and Television Programs Are Really Computer Programs: Some Copyright Implications, Patrice Lyons
  13. TeleRead: A Virtual Central Database without Big Brother, David H. Rothman

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1996, Association for Information Science
363 pages, hardbound, ISBN: 0-262-16157-5


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