New Issue of The Journal of Electronic Publishing is Devoted to Open Access
The Summer 2015 issue of The Journal of Electronic Publishing (JEP) has been released and is titled, “Beyond Access” and is LOADED with interesting reading.
Kudos to JEP Editor, Maria Bonn!
We plan to feature a number of articles with individual posts over the next week or two.
In fact, we already posted an entry pointing to John Warren’s “Zen and the Art of Metadata Maintenance” article.
Here’s the Complete Table of Contents for The Journal of Electronic Publishing (JEP); Volume 18, Issue 3 (Summer 2015) along with links to each article.
Editor’s Note [18.3]
by Maria Bonn
Beyond Open: Expanding Access to Scholarly Content
by Alice Meadows
Delivering Impact of Scholarly Information: Is Access Enough?
by Heidi McGregor and Kevin Guthrie
The Users of Library Publishing Services: Readers and Access Beyond Open
by Daniel G. Tracy
HathiTrust and a Mission for Accessibility
by Angelina Zaytsev
Zen and the Art of Metadata Maintenance
by John W. Warren
Immediate Open Access in the Biosciences: Prospects and Possibilities
by Marcus Banks
Donations as a Source of Income For Open Access Journals: An Option To Consider?
by Thomas Reinsfelder
The Changing Publication Practices in Academia: Inherent Uses and Issues in Open Access and Online Publishing and the Rise of Fraudulent Publications
by Keith McNaught
Aligning Open Access Publication with Research and Teaching Missions of the Public University: The Case of The Lethbridge Journal Incubator (If ‘if’s and ‘and’s were pots and pans)
by Daniel O’Donnell; Heather Hobma; Sandra Cowan; Gillian Ayers; Jessica Bay; Jessica; Marinus Swanepoel; Wendy Merkley; Kelaine Devine, Emma Dering; Inge Genee
Book Review: Martin Paul Eve. Open Access and the Humanities: Contexts, Controversies, and the Future
by Aaron McCollough
The Journal of Electronic Publishing is published by Michigan Publishing.
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