Scholarly Communication for Librarians

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  • Author : Heather Morrison
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 264 pages
  • ISBN : 1780632193
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Scholarly Communication for Librarians

Scholarly Communication for Librarians
  • Author : Heather Morrison
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 30 June 2009
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Reviews the current landscape of scholarly communications and publishing and potential futures, outlining key aspects of transition to best possible futures for libraries and librarians. Explains complex concepts in a clear, concise manner Designed to quickly bring the reader up to speed on scholarly communications Written by a well-known international expert on scholarly communications and open access

Library Scholarly Communication Programs

Library Scholarly Communication Programs
  • Author : Isaac Gilman
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 31 October 2013
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Libraries must negotiate a range of legal issues, policies and ethical guidelines when developing scholarly communication initiatives. Library Scholarly Communication Programs is a practical primer, covering these issues for institutional repository managers, library administrators, and other staff involved in library-based repository and publishing services. The title is composed of four parts. Part one describes the evolution of scholarly communication programs within academic libraries, part two explores institutional repositories and part three covers library publishing services. Part four concludes with strategies

Scholarly Communication in Library and Information Services

Scholarly Communication in Library and Information Services
  • Author : Bhaskar Mukherjee
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 27 July 2010
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This book has been written with a view to understand the validity of the perceptions of Open Access (OA) e-journals in the Library and Information Science (LIS) field. Using relevant OA journals this book presents and evaluates journals qualitatively and quantitatively. Over the last three hundred years scholarly journals have been the prime mode of transport in communicating the scholarly research process. However in the last few decades, a changing scenario has been witnessed in their form and format. OA

The Future of Scholarly Communication

The Future of Scholarly Communication
  • Author : Deborah Shorley,Michael Jubb
  • Publisher : Facet Publishing
  • Release : 23 March 2013
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Global thought-leaders define the future of research communication. Governments and societies globally agree that a vibrant and productive research community underpins a successful knowledge economy but the context, mechanisms and channels of research communication are in flux. As the pace of change quickens there needs to be analysis of new trends and drivers, their implications and a future framework. The editors draw together the informed commentary of internationally-renowned experts from all sectors and backgrounds to define the future of research

If We Build It

If We Build It
  • Author : Suzanne McMahon,Miriam Palm,Pam Dunn
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 20 December 2019
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This book, first published in 1993, addresses important questions about the future that libraries need to answer today such as: What will change for serials librarians, vendors, and publishers as ink and paper become the oddity and electronic transmitters and receivers become the norm? What services will be in demand and who will provide them? Which economic models will keep them afloat? Most importantly, can the disparate groups currently active in scholarly communication work together to build the physical, social, and

Scholarly Communication

Scholarly Communication
  • Author : Rick Anderson
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Release : 04 June 2018
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The internet has transformed the ways in which scholars and scientists share their findings with each other and the world, creating a scholarly communication environment that is both more complex and more effective than it was just a few years earlier. "Scholarly communication" itself has become an umbrella term for the increasingly complex ecosystem of publications, platforms, and tools that scholars, scientists, and researchers use to share their work with each other and with other interested readers. Scholarly Communication: What

If We Build It

If We Build It
  • Author : North American Serials Interest Group
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 24 September 2020
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Help lay the foundation for the future of scholarly communication with these informative chapters on new information technologies and predictions for developments in the publishing industry. If We Build It, the proceedings from the 7th annual conference of the North American Serials Interest Group, stresses that the time to prepare for the revolution and phenomenal growth in electronic technology is now. This groundbreaking book addresses important questions about the future that libraries need to answer today such as: What will

If We Build It

If We Build It
  • Author : North American Serials Interest Group
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 13 May 1993
GET THIS BOOK If We Build It

Help lay the foundation for the future of scholarly communication with these informative chapters on new information technologies and predictions for developments in the publishing industry. If We Build It, the proceedings from the 7th annual conference of the North American Serials Interest Group, stresses that the time to prepare for the revolution and phenomenal growth in electronic technology is now. This groundbreaking book addresses important questions about the future that libraries need to answer today such as: What will

Open Access and the Future of Scholarly Communication

Open Access and the Future of Scholarly Communication
  • Author : Kevin L. Smith,Katherine A. Dickson
  • Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
  • Release : 08 December 2016
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This volume, the second in the series Creating the 21st-Century Academic Library dealing with the topic of open access in academic libraries, focuses on the implementation of open access in academic libraries and examines the legal and practical obstacles that must be overcome in a successful transition to more open forms of scholarship.

The No nonsense Guide to Research Support and Scholarly Communication

The No nonsense Guide to Research Support and Scholarly Communication
  • Author : Claire Sewell
  • Publisher : Facet Publishing
  • Release : 07 January 2020
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This accessible and highly practical book provides an introductory guide to the world of research support in the academic library. Academic libraries have seen huge changes in recent years thanks to the increasing availability of information online but they are now undergoing another shift. As libraries move away from providing access to existing information and towards helping users create new knowledge there is an opportunity for them to develop new services for the research community. To do this successfully libraries