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- “The future of scholarly publishing”;
Commentary. John Willinsky. Current Science, vol. 84, no 7, April 10, 2003:873-874
- Issues in Scholarly Publishing
Association of Research Libraries' site for resources.
- Net writing new chapter for science journals,
Andrew Kantor, USA Today.Com. Think Napster and music industry and you'll have a sense of how science publishers are starting to feel.
- Rethinking Scholarly Communication, building the system that scholars deserve.
Herbert von de Sempel, and others. D-Lib, vol.10, no. 9 (2004)
- Berkeley Electronic Press [host for DigitalCommons@Macalester] page
On the Scholarly Communication Crisis
Comments by Scholars in Various Disciplines
- Promoting Open Access in the Humanities
Peter Suber, Oberlin College
- Thoughts on Digital Scholarship in Chemistry
R. Stephen Berry, Univ. of Chicago
- Thoughts on digital scholarship in computer science.
Leslie Pack Kaelbling, MIT
- Thoughts on digital scholarship in history
Roy Rosenzweig, George Mason University
- Thoughts on digital scholarship in the humanities
Linda Hutcheon, University of Toronto
- Thoughts on digital scholarship in mathematics
David R. Morrison, UC Santa Barbara
- Thoughts on digital scholarship in microbiology
Gary Ward, University of Vermont.
Director Terri Fishel's Scholarly Communication Blog
Listservs and Scholarly Communication
Interested in staying on top of scholarly communication issues? Below are a few listservs you may want to check out.