Research Libraries: ARL Releases Report on Publishing Support for Small Print-Based Publishers
The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) is pleased to announced the release of “Publishing Support for Small Print-Based Publishers: Options for ARL Libraries.” This report is the summary of a project funded by ARL to investigate how research libraries might provide support to print-only publishers in order to ensure long-term digital access to their content. The final report was prepared for ARL by project consultants, October Ivins and Judy Luther.
The project was conducted from 2009 to 2010, and the report to ARL includes identification of the extent and character of journal titles for which support would be necessary, reviews of the capabilities and interest of research library publishing services to support the publishers, and recommendations for actions ARL and member libraries might undertake to address the needs of the editors and publishers of these small print-only titles. Appendices provide talking points for campus outreach, an annotated bibliography, and an overview of the landscape for publishing options.
Direct To Full Text Report (34 pages; PDF)
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