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Title:This is Not a Paper
Author(s):Burbules, Nicholas C.; Bruce, Bertram C.
Subject(s):World Wide Web
Scholarly publishing
Electronic publishing.
Abstract:The rapid spread of electronic mail, listservs, and bulletin boards operating over the Internet has already had marked effects on how scholars communicate ideas with one another.1 Beyond exchanging informal messages through these new media, scholars can now circulate scholarly work in various stages of completion, either by sending an electronic version to a group of colleagues (active dissemination), or by putting it on a computer server accessible through gopher or the World Wide Web (WWW), which makes it available to any interested reader with Internet access (passive dissemination). Additionally, electronic journals and newsletters of various kinds have come upon the scene to provide new opportunities for the publication of scholarly material.
Issue Date:1995-11
Publisher:American Educational Research Association
Citation Info:Burbules, Nicholas C., & Bruce, Bertram C. (1995, November). This is not a paper. Educational Researcher, 24 (8), 12- 18.
ISSN:Online: 1935-102X
Print: 0013-189X
Publication Status:published or submitted for publication
Peer Reviewed:is peer reviewed
Date Available in IDEALS:2009-08-06

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