Some implications of "digital" for academic publishing

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Finding scholarly articles: “if it’s important, it will find me”

An article by Kent Anderson in Scholarly Kitchen reviewed four of the megajournals (although by the end of a longish article, he decided that there was only really one megajournal: PLOS ONE, which is today publishing around 100 articles per day, or 36,500 articles …

Figshare and the Institutional Repository

The rise of new services such as Figshare raises some interesting questions on who will own an increasingly important part of the academic content market. It is a battle between content repositories, institutional repositories and consolidated services.

 

Content repositories, such as publisher journal …

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