- 15th Nov 2004
- 242mm x 164mm x 17mm
Scholarly Publishing in an Electronic Era: International Yearbook of Library and Information Management 2004-2005
The International Yearbook of Library and Information Management is a thematic, refereed annual publication in the field of library science and information management worldwide. Each volume contains substantive chapters covering current issues, emerging debates and trends, and models of best practice and likely future developments, contributed by an internationally respected panel of researchers, practitioners and academics.
The theme for Volume 5, 'scholarly publishing in an electronic era', has been chosen in view of significant recent changes in the publishing world and the impacts that these changes are having on the management of information provision and on access to information in specific communities.
The first part of the book offers an overview of current trends in scholarly publishing, and the book is divided into a further six parts each covering an area of core interest:
- institutional perspectives on scholarly publishing;
- open access initiatives
- technical issues in scholarly publishing;
- use of scholarly publications;
- economics and logistics of scholarly publishing;
- international issues.
Readership: The International Yearbook is essential reading for information professionals wishing to keep up-to-date with recent developments in library science and information management on a global basis.
PART 1: OVERVIEW OF SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING IN THE 21ST CENTURY
1. Where is scholarly publishing going? - Dr Fytton Rowland 2. Collaborative transformations in scholarly publishing - Dr Alicia Wise
PART 2: INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING
3. The library's perspective on scholarly publishing in the 21st century - Colin Steele 4. Evolution or revolution in scholarly publishing: challenges to the publisher - John Cox
PART 3: ACCESS AND PRESERVATION INITIATIVES IN SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING
5. Access and usability issues of scholarly electronic publications - Dr Gobinda G. Chowdhury 6. The next information revolution: how open access will transform scholarly communications - Dr David C. Prosser 7. Self-archiving publications - Stephen Pinfield
PART 4: MODELS AND ECONOMICS OF SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING
8. Electronic books - Louise Edwards 9. Economics of publishing and the future of scholarly communication - Dr John Houghton 10. Usage statistics: achieving credibility, consistency and compatibility - Dr Peter T. Shepherd
Dr G. E.Gorman BA MDiv STB GradDipLib MA ThD FCLIP FRSA is Professor of Library and Information Management at the School of Information Management, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.