Academic Publishing in the Digital Realm

[private] Q: Our topic today, electronic publishing, covers a lot of territory. What are the parameters of electronic publishing in higher education–from a very high-level perspective? A: There are two rather separate things going on, that occasionally get jumbled together under the guise of electronic publishing even though they have rather different characteristics. On one side of the fence, we see the changes in the traditional business of scholarly publishing-which includes the journals, monographs, and other kinds of materials that we are all familiar with-this is the incremental evolution of print publishing to the digital world. On the other side, […]
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