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Reports on New Publishing Models
In July, 2007, the Ithaka organization released a report on scholarly publishing called University Publishing in a Digital Age. In it, they argue the importance of exploring new forms of publishing in the academic arena in order to achieve a greater global impact of programs, enhance reputations, and reduce costs. Many scholarly societies are taking notice and are considering changes in publishing. Below is a sampling of commentaries and reports on new publishing models from scholarly societies and other relevant organizations.
- American Philological Association/Archaeological Institute of America APA/AIA Joint Electronic Publishing Task Force Report
- Art History and Its Publications in the Electronic Age
- Cyberinfrastructure Vision for 21st Century Discover - NSF, March 2007
- MLA Task Force on Evaluating Scholarship for Tenure and Promotion
- Our Cultural Commonwealth, the Report of the American Council of Learned Societies Commission on Cyberinfrastructure for the Humanities and Social Sciences
- Nature's Web page provides links to position papers from various publishers and societies.
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.