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Title:The role of the scholarly publisher in an electronic environment
Author(s):LeJeune, Lorrie
Subject(s):Electronic texts
Scholarly publishing
Abstract:Scholarly publishing has changed as a result of a shrinking market for specialized materials, increased production costs, and advances in computer technology. Publishing on CD-ROM or on the Internet offers reduced production costs, increased storage capability, and enhanced access to information through resources such as World Wide Web and tools such as Gopher, Mosaic, and Storyspace. For publishers to provide high-quality, peer-reviewed, and edited material in an online environment, cost recovery methods must be developed that provide well-designed user interfaces and that ensure network security. The scholarly publisher's imprint will continue to be a sign of quality and credibility, but the online environment also enables scholarly publishers and libraries to redefine their roles in the dissemination of information.
Issue Date:1994
Publisher:Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Citation Info:LeJeune, L. (1994) The role of the scholarly publisher in an electronic environment. In B. Sutton (ed) Literary texts in an electronic age: Scholarly implications and library services [papers presented at the 1994 Clinic on Library applications of Data Processing, April 10-12, 1994]: 105-112.
Series/Report:Literary texts in an electronic age: Scholarly implications and library services [papers presented at the 1994 Clinic on Library applications of Data Processing, April 10-12, 1994]
Genre:Conference Paper / Presentation
Type:Text
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/398
ISBN:0878450963
ISSN:0069-4789
Publication Status:published or submitted for publication
Date Available in IDEALS:2007-03-20


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