2.2 Electronic Books and Texts: General Works
Arnold, Kenneth. "The Scholarly Monograph is Dead. Long Live the Scholarly Monograph." In Scholarly Publishing on the Electronic Networks: The New Generation: Visions and Opportunities in Not-for-Profit Publishing: Proceedings of the Second Symposium, ed. Ann Okerson, 73-79. Washington, DC: Office of Scientific and Academic Publishing, Association of Research Libraries, 1993. [HTML file]
Basch, Reva. "Books Online: Visions, Plans, and Perspectives for Electronic Text." ONLINE 15 (July 1991): 13-23.
Hockey, Susan. "Electronic Texts: The Promise and the Reality." American Council of Learned Societies Newsletter 4 (February 1997). [HTML file]
________. "Evaluating Electronic Texts in the Humanities." Library Trends 42 (Spring 1994): 676-693.
Lowry, Anita. "Electronic Texts in English and American Literature." Library Trends 40 (Spring 1992): 704-723.
________. "Electronic Texts in the Humanities: A Selected Bibliography." Information Technology and Libraries 13 (March 1994): 43-49.
Meadow, Charles T. "On the Future of the Book, or Does It Have a Future?" Journal of Scholarly Publishing 26 (July 1995): 187-196.
Winkler, Karen J. "Academic Presses Look to the Internet to Save Scholarly Monographs." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 12 September 1997, A18, A20.
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