Thinking Systematically about the Crisis in Scholarly Communication (9:11:97)

describes how scholarly communication operates as a system and how its parts interact with and affect each other. Touches on the fate of the scholarly monograph in "endangered" fields, trends in copyright, and the impact of technology on scholarly publishing.

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Work Title Thinking Systematically about the Crisis in Scholarly Communication (9:11:97)
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Creators
  1. Sanford G. Thatcher
Keyword
  1. technology
  2. system of scholarly communication
  3. university presses
  4. scholarly monographs
  5. copyright
License Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
Work Type Presentation
Publisher
  1. unpublished
Publication Date September 11, 1997
Subject
  1. Scholarly communication as a system
  2. Copyright
  3. Technology and publishing
  4. University presses
Language
  1. English
Geographic Area
  1. presented at a panel on Impact of the Environment, AAUP/ACLS/ARL Conference on the Specialized Scholarly Monograph in Crisis, Washington, DC
Deposited January 02, 2014

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