McKiernan, Gerry Scholar-based Innovations in Publishing., 2003 . In Association for Library Collections and Technical Services (ALCTS), Scholarly Communication Discussion Group Panel, June 23, 2003, Annual Meeting of the American Library Association, Toronto, Canada, 2003, Toronto, Canda, June 23, 2003. (Unpublished) [Presentation]
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In recent years, a number of innovations have emerged that seek to provide sustainable alternatives to the predominant publishing paradigm. In this presentation, a variety of initiatives that exploit the inherent potential of the Web and other digital environments to offer open and enhanced access to the personal and collective scholarship of individuals, organizations, and nations are profiled. In its concluding section, the presentation focuses on the two major discipline-based repositories for library and information science scholarship,_ DLIST Archive: Digital Library of Information Science and Technology_ (http://dlist.sir.arizona.edu/) and _E-LIS_ (http://eprints.rclis.org/ ), "an electronic open access archive for scientific or technical documents, published or unpublished, in Librarianship, Information Science and Technology, and related application activities." To expedite the adoption and further development of scholar-based innovations in publishing, librarians and other information specialists are encouraged to 'Lead By Example' by depositing their own scholarship within either or both these repositories.
|Keywords:||scholarly communication; revolution; appropriate excitation; arXiv.org; CogPrints; RePEc; eScholarship Repository; Glasgow ePrints Service; Ohio State Unievrsity Knowledge Bank; DSpace(tm); Australian National Unievrsity E-Prints Repository; University of Michigan University Library Scholarly Publsihing Office; ELSSS: Electronic Society for Social Sciences; SPARC: Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition; The Stoa Consortium; BioMed Central; GNU EPrints Software; Collezioni Eprints (University of Bologna, Italy); Public Library of Science; DARE: Digital Academic Repositories; FAIR: Focus on Access to Institutional Resources; DLIST; E-LIS;|
|Subjects:||L. Information technology and library technology
E. Publishing and legal issues.
B. Information use and sociology of information
|Depositing user:||Gerry McKiernan|
|Date deposited:||05 Jul 2003|
|Last modified:||02 Oct 2014 11:57|
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