Project MUSE - Humanities Scholars and Library-Based Digital Publishing: New Forms of Publication, New Audiences, New Publishing Roles

peter.suber's bookmarks 2019-05-01


Abstract:  The rise of library-based digital scholarly publishing creates new opportunities to meet scholars' evolving publishing needs. This article presents findings from a national survey of humanities scholars on their attitudes toward digital publishing, the diversification of scholarly products, changing perceptions of authorship, and the desire to reach new audiences. Based on survey findings, the authors offer recommendations for how library publishers can make unique contributions to the scholarly publishing ecosystem and support the advancement of digital scholarship in the humanities by accommodating and sustaining more diverse products of digital scholarship, supporting new modes of authorship, and helping scholars reach broader audiences through interdisciplinary and open access publishing.


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Tags: oa.surveys oa.humanities oa.genres oa.recommendations oa.libpub oa.libraries oa.ssh

Date tagged:

05/01/2019, 16:02

Date published:

05/01/2019, 12:02