4 General Works
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Bugeja, Michael J. "The Advent of Print on Demand . . . But Make Sure You Read the Fine Print." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 30 March 2001, B9-B10.
Butterworth, I., ed. The Impact of Electronic Publishing on the Academic Community: An International Workshop Organized by the Academia Europaea and the Wenner-Gren Foundation. London: Portland Press, 1998. [HTML file]
Chodorow, Stanley. "Scholarship and Scholarly Communication in the Electronic Age." EDUCAUSE Review 35 (January/February 2000): 86-92.
Clarke, Roger. "Freedom of Information? The Internet as Harbinger of the New Dark Ages." First Monday 4, no. 11 (1999). [HTML file]
Clews, John. "Digital Language Access: Scripts, Transliteration, and Computer Access." D-Lib Magazine (March 1997). [HTML file]
Covi, Lisa M. "Material Mastery: Situating Digital Library Use in University Research Practices." Information Processing and Management 35 (May 1999): 293-316.
Crawford, Walt. "Talking About Public Access—PACS-L's First Decade." Information Technology and Libraries 19 (September 2000): 112-115.
Dempsey, Lorcan, and Maria Heijne. "Scientific Information Supply—Building Networked Information Systems." The Electronic Library 14 (August 1996): 317-332.
Domier, Sharon H. "LISTSERVS Within the Pantheon of Written Materials." In Advances in Serials Management, vol. 5, ed. Marcia Tuttle and Karen D. Darling, 125-138. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1995.
Doty, Philip, and Ann P. Bishop. "The National Information Infrastructure and Electronic Publishing: A Reflective Essay." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 45, no. 10 (1994): 785-799.
Ekman, Richard, and Richard E. Quandt, eds. Technology and Scholarly Communication. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1999.
Fernandez, Leila. "Scholarly Communication in the Sciences—A Third World Perspective." Internet Reference Services Quarterly 4, no. 4 (1999): 19-27.
Gabriel, Michael R. A Guide to the Literature of Electronic Publishing: CD-ROM, Desktop Publishing, and Electronic Mail, Books, and Journals. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1989.
The Getty Art History Information Program. Research Agenda for Networked Cultural Heritage. Santa Monica: The Getty Art History Information Program, 1996.
Graham, Thomas W. "Scholarly Communication." Serials 13 (March 2000): 3-11.
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Guernsey, Lisa. "Scholars Who Work with Technology Fear They Suffer in Tenure Reviews." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 6 June 1997, A21-A22.
Halliday, Leah. "Scholarly Communication, Scholarly Publication and the Status of Emerging Formats." Information Research 6 (July 2001). [HTML file]
Heimpel, Rod. "Legitimizing Electronic Scholarly Publications: A Discursive Proposal." Surfaces 8, no. 103 (1999). [Acrobat File]
Henry, Charles. "The American Arts and Letters Network." American Council of Learned Societies Newsletter 4 (February 1997). [HTML file]
Jacobson, Thomas L. "The Electronic Publishing Revolution is Not 'Global.'" Journal of the American Society for Information Science 45 (December 1994): 745-752.
Kebede, Gashaw. "The Changing Information Needs of Users in Electronic Information Environments." The Electronic Library 20, no. 1 (2002): 14-21.
Kiernan, Vincent. "Rewards Remain Dim for Professors Who Pursue Digital Scholarship." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 28 April 2000, A45-A46.
Kling, Rob, and Geoffrey McKim. "Not Just a Matter of Time: Field Differences and the Shaping of Electronic Media in Supporting Scientific Communication." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51, no. 14 (2000): 1306-1320.
________. "Scholarly Communication and the Continuum of Electronic Publishing." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 50, no. 10 (1999): 890-906.
Kovacs, Diane K., Kara L. Robinson, and Jeanne Dixon. "Scholarly E-Conferences on the Academic Networks: How Library and Information Science Professionals Use Them." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 46 (May 1995): 244-253.
Kovacs, Michael J., and Diane K. Kovacs. "The State of Scholarly Electronic Conferencing." Electronic Networking: Research, Applications and Policy 1 (Winter 1991): 29-36.
Kubota, Teruzo. "How Are Electronic Journals and CD-ROMs Being Accepted in Japan?" Learned Publishing 14 (April 2001): 139-143.
Lancaster, F. W. "Electronic Publishing." Library Trends 37 (Winter 1989): 316-325.
________. "The Evolution of Electronic Publishing." Library Trends 43 (Spring 1995): 518-527.
________. "The Paperless Society Revisited." American Libraries 16 (September 1985): 553-555.
________. Toward Paperless Information Systems. New York: Academic Press, 1978.
Langston, Lizbeth. "Scholarly Communication and Electronic Publication: Implications for Research, Advancement, and Promotion." In Untangling the Web: Proceedings of the Conference Sponsored by the Librarians Association of the University of California, Santa Barbara and Friends of the UCSB Library, ed. Andrea L. Duda. Santa Barbara: University of California, Santa Barbara Library, 1996. [HTML file]
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Lucier, Richard E. "Knowledge Management: Refining Roles in Scientific Communication." Educom Review 25 (Fall 1990): 21-27.
Lyman, Peter, and Hal R. Varian. "How Much Information?" The Journal of Electronic Publishing 6 (December 2000). [HTML file]
McCarty, Willard. "Because It's Time: A Commentary on the Program Session." American Council of Learned Societies Newsletter 4 (February 1997). [HTML file]
________. "A Potency of Life: Scholarship in an Electronic Age." The Serials Librarian 23, nos. 3/4 (1993): 79-97.
Mann, Charles C. "Electronic Paper Turns the Page." Technology Review 104 (March 2001): 42-48.
Mogge, Dru. "Seven Years of Tracking Electronic Publishing: the ARL Directory of Electronic Journals, Newsletters and Academic Discussion Lists." Library Hi Tech 17, no. 1 (1999): 17-25.
Newby, Gregory B. "A Prognosis for Continued Disarray in Electronic Scholarly Communication." Canadian Journal of Communication 22, nos. 3/4 (1997): 213-225.
O'Connor, Steve. "Economic and Intellectual Value in Existing and New Paradigms of Electronic Scholarly Communication." Library Hi Tech 18, no. 1 (2000): 37-45.
Odlyzko, Andrew. "The Rapid Evolution of Scholarly Communication." Learned Publishing 15 (January 2002): 7-19.
O'Donnell, James J. "St. Augustine to NREN: The Tree of Knowledge and How It Grows." The Serials Librarian 23, nos. 3/4 (1993): 21-41. [HTML file]
Okerson, Ann, ed. Filling the Pipeline and Paying the Piper: Proceedings of the Fourth Symposium. Washington, DC: Office of Scientific and Academic Publishing, Association of Research Libraries, 1995.
Okerson, Ann, ed. Scholarly Publishing on the Electronic Networks: The New Generation: Visions and Opportunities in Not-for-Profit Publishing: Proceedings of the Second Symposium. Washington, DC: Office of Scientific and Academic Publishing, Association of Research Libraries, 1993. [HTML file]
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Quandt, Richard E. "Electronic Publishing and Virtual Libraries: Issues and an Agenda for the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation." Serials Review 22 (Summer 1996): 9-24.
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Schamber, Linda. "What Is a Document? Rethinking the Concept in Uneasy Times." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 47 (September 1996): 669-671.
Schwartz, Charles A. "Scholarly Communication as a Loosely Coupled System: Reassessing Prospects for Structural Reform." College & Research Libraries 55 (March 1994): 101-117.
________. "The Strength of Weak Ties in Electronic Development of the Scholarly Communication System." College & Research Libraries 55 (November 1994): 529-540.
Searing, Susan E., and Leigh S. Estabrook. "The Future of Scientific Publishing on the Web: Insights from Focus Groups of Chemists." portal: Libraries and the Academy 1, no. 1 (2001): 77-96.
Shulenburger, David E. "On Scholarly Evaluation and Scholarly Communication: Increasing the Availability of Quality Work." College & Research Libraries News 62 (September 2001): 808-811.
Soete, George J. Transforming Libraries: Issues and Innovations in Electronic Scholarly Publication. SPEC Kit 223. Washington, DC: Office of Management Services, Association of Research Libraries, 1997.
Sowards, Steven W. "Novas, Niches, and Icebergs: Practical Lessons for Small-Scale Web Publishers." The Journal of Electronic Publishing 5, no. 2 (1999). [HTML file]
Stephen, Timothy, and Teresa M. Harrison. "Comserve: Moving the Communication Discipline Online." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 45, no. 10 (1994): 765-770.
Tannehill, Robert S., Jr. "Emerging Standards on the Citation of Electronic Documents: A Status Report." Information Standards Quarterly 7 (October 1995): 1-5.
Tenopir, Carol. "Authors and Readers: The Keys to Success or Failure for Electronic Publishing." Library Trends 43 (Spring 1995): 571-591.
Terry, Ana Arias. "Electronic Ink Technologies: Showing the Way to a Brighter Future." Library Hi Tech 19, no. 4 (2001): 376-389.
Walker, Janice R. "Citing Serials: Online Serial Publications and Citation Systems." The Serials Librarian 33, nos. 3/4 (1998): 343-356.
Worona, Steve. "Project CUPID: A Romance Between Networking and Publishing." Educom Review 30 (March/April 1995): 46-49. [HTML file]
Zhang, Yin. "Scholarly Use of Internet-Based Electronic Resources." Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 52 (June 2001): 628-654.
_________. "Scholarly Use of Internet-Based Electronic Resources: A Survey Report." Library Trends 47 (Spring 1999): 746-770.
See also: General Electronic Publishing.
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Bailey, Charles W., Jr. Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography. Houston: University of Houston Libraries, 1996-2002.