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Scholarly Communication

Advancements in information technology provided new opportunities for researcher to disseminate scientific knowledge independently from commercial publishers and disregarding geographic barriers.

Rights associated with access to funded research, and the rising interest in the preservation of the humanity's intellectual assets are now major players in the emerging  trends in publishing.

Scholars, scientific associations, academic libraries and governmental agencies have been developing a range of alternatives to the current scholarly communication paradigm such as open access peer reviewed publishing and scholars self archiving using institutional repositories.

E-Scholarship Assessing the Future Landscape of Scholarly Communication: An Exploration of Faculty Values and Needs in Seven.

Scholarly Publishing Roundtable Report and Recommendations (January 2010)

Open Access Journals

 

Open Access Publishing Opportunities