Some implications of "digital" for scholarly writing and publishing

Category: content licensing

Newspapers and magazines: beyond digital subscriptions

When newspapers started to become available on the Web, the first decision – and one that has never been completely resolved – was whether the content should be free to view or available only by paid access.

 

The paid model that emerged initially was …

Negotiating Licences for Digital Resources (Fiona Durrant, 2006)

Professional books are usually made up of either or both of two strands. Either they tell you where the world is heading (the futurologist approach), or they tell you how to manage with the world as it is (the cookbook approach). It’s much rarer when …

JSTOR: A History, by Roger Schonfeld

JSTOR is a familiar name to anyone in higher education. What is it, and how did it become such a brand name so quickly in the education world?

Answers to these questions can be found in JSTOR: A History, by Roger Schonfeld (Princeton University Press, …

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