Perspectives on Scholarly Communication: Volume 1

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Perspectives on Scholarly Communication: Volume One is a student-created open monograph. Graduate students in the University at Buffalo’s Department of Information Science authoredt his compilation for the LIS 503: Scholarly Communication course during the fall term of 2019. Each chapter is the culmination of a student’s semester-long investigation into a personally compelling aspect of scholarly communication for which he or she has established an informed, and often provocative position.

Articles in the volume :

The Decline of the Scholarly Monograph in the Humanities and Social Sciences

Using Linked Data to Promote Self-Archival Metadata Control

Encouraging Open Access Publishing in Research Institutions

Two Peas in a POD: Academic Libraries and Misconceptions Regarding Print-on-Demand Publishing

Open Access Publishing and the Tenure Process

It’s the Right Call: Tenure for All

Rethinking the Languages of International Scholarly Publication

Collaboration and Communication and Digital Repositories in the Humanities

Open Peer Review: Features, Benefits and Considerations for Scholarly Communication

Impact of Open Access on the Scholarly Communication Landscape

Open Data: Motivations and Reservations, Policies and Possibilities

Dollars and Sense: Dispelling Myths Regarding Open Access & Institutional Repositories

Much to Harm and Little of Worth: The Overemphasis of Publishing in Universities and its Repercussions

Institutional Repositories as a Viable Open Access Platform

The Necessity of Sci-Hub and Guerilla Open Access Initiatives


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01/29/2020, 12:11

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