16.618 "Scholar-based Innovations in Publishing", part I

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Date: Tue Apr 15 2003 - 02:00:47 EDT

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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 16, No. 618.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                         Submit to: humanist@princeton.edu

             Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2003 06:51:23 +0100
             From: Gerry Mckiernan <gerrymck@IASTATE.EDU>
             Subject: Scholar-based Innovations in Publishing. Part I

                        Scholar-based Innovations in Publishing.
                     Part I: Individual and Institutional Initiatives

          I am proud to announce the publication of the first of a three-part
    series on "Scholar-based Innovations in Publishing" in _Library Hi Tech News_:

    Gerry McKiernan (2003) "Scholar-based Innovations in Publishing. Part I:
    Individual and Institutional Initiatives," _Library Hi Tech News_ Vol. 20
    No. 2 (March), pp. 19-26

          Among the initiatives profiled in this first part are:

    arXiv.org http://xxx.arXiv.cornell.edu )
    CogPrints (http://cogprints.soton.ac.uk/) [DOWN?]
    RePEc (Research Papers in Economics) (http://repec.org/ )


    eScholarship Repository (University of California)

    Glasgow ePrints Service (http://eprints.lib.gla.ac.uk/)

    Knowledge Bank (Ohio State University)
        ( http://www.lib.ohio-state.edu/Lib_Info/scholarcom/KBproposal.html )

         Part II in the series is devoted to Library and Professional
    initiatives and
    scheduled to be published in the next issue of LHTN (20(3). The manuscript
    for Part III was submitted earlier today and is scheduled for publication
    in LHTN 20(5).

         Part I is also now available electronically for subscribers to LHTN
    via Emerald:

        ( http://www.emeraldinsight.com/vl=1/cl=3/nw=1/rpsv/lhtn.htm )



    Gerry McKiernan
    Associate Professor
    Science and Technology Librarian and Bibliographer
    Iowa State University
    Ames IA 50011

                  "The Best Way To Predict the Future is to Invent It"
                                                                    Alan Kay

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