Scholarly Communication

Scholarly Communication

What Everyone Needs to Know (R)

Anderson, Rick (Associate Dean for Collections and Scholarly Communications, J. Willard Marriott Library, The University of Utah)

Oxford University Press Inc






15 a 20 dias

Scholarly Communication: What Everyone Needs to Know (R) provides a lively and helpful guide to some of the most important characteristics of the scholarly-publishing ecosystem, and to some of its most contentious issues.
Introduction Chapter 1 Definitions and History Chapter 2 Who Are the Scholars and Why Do They Communicate? Chapter 3 What Does the Scholarly Communication Marketplace Look Like? Chapter 4 What Is Scholarly Publication and What Does It Look Like? Chapter 5 What Is the Role of Copyright? Chapter 6 The Role(s) of the Library Chapter 7 The Role of the University Press Chapter 8 Google Books and HathiTrust Chapter 9 Needs and Practices in STEM and HSS Chapter 10 Metrics and Altmetrics Chapter 11 Metadata and Why It Matters Chapter 12 Open Access Challenges and Opportunities Chapter 13 Problems and Controversies Chapter 14 The Future of Scholarly Communication Conclusion
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