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Peek R.P. (ed.), Newby G.B. (ed.) — Scholarly publishing: the electronic frontier
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Название: Scholarly publishing: the electronic frontier

Авторы: Peek R.P. (ed.), Newby G.B. (ed.)

Аннотация:

Scholarly publishing is changing and the changes will have an impact on all members of the academic community and on how they will go about creating and maintaining scholarship. Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier examines the critical issues facing universities, academics, libraries, and scholarly presses in the turbulent time when publishing is likely moving from a print to an electronic paradigm. The essays by all of the major participants in this "electronic revolution" explore the technical, social, and organizational impact of computer-mediated communication. They examine both ends of the continuum and everything in between — from how the system might be completely overhauled to a gradual retrenching where much remains the same but paper is no longer the communication medium. Some of the subjects, implicit in the various possible futures for scholarly publishing and covered here, include the role of the library with respect to electronic publications, protection of intellectual and economic property, and plagiarism.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Технология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1996

Количество страниц: 363

Добавлена в каталог: 11.12.2005

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Предметный указатель
"Canary trap"      141
"Directory of Electronic Journals and Newsletters" (Strangelove)      124
"Exploders" (public mail reflectors)      281
"Flaming" (invective exchange)      64
"Future studies"      87—88n1
"Gatekeeping"      151 197.
"Gray literature"      152
"Lurkers" (informal participants)      282 295n13
"Prepublication continuum"      96
"Prospective studies"      87n1
"Q question"      12—14
"Republic of Letters"      74
"Scholarly skywriting"      See Interactive publications
"Smart cars"      39
"Superstores"      149
"Sweat of the brow" doctrine      294—295n12
"Technolock"      332
"Watermarking" techniques      140—141 143
"Works for hire"      294n7
Abstracts      See Indexes and abstracts
Abstracts of the AMS      97
Academic cultures      13—14 48 55—69
Academic disciplines, demotion of      85
Academic disciplines, development of      77 78
Academic disciplines, electronic access to      221
Academic disciplines, Gophers for      225
Academic disciplines, legitimacy of      6
Academic disciplines, library acquisitions for      187
Academic disciplines, societies for      238
Academic disciplines, specialized      76 77—78 82 83 284—285
Academic disciplines, technology and      217
Academic freedom      161. See also Freedom of expression
Academic institutions      xii. See also Schools; Students; University presses
Academic institutions in developing countries      13
Academic institutions, BITNETand      167
Academic institutions, budgets of      9 95 148 184—185
Academic institutions, commercial publishers and      33 34
Academic institutions, cooperation by      206 207
Academic institutions, copyright and      198
Academic institutions, curricula of      35
Academic institutions, databases and      170
Academic institutions, federal networking subsidies and      173
Academic institutions, humanities databases at      225
Academic institutions, in proposed consortium      208 209—210 211
Academic institutions, information expenses of      165 169 176
Academic institutions, Ivy League      98
Academic institutions, public      183 184 291
Academic institutions, responsibilities of      56
Academic institutions, subsidies by      149—150 162n2
Academic libraries, expenses of      249—250
Academic libraries, Hurtado on      205 206
Academic libraries, monographic holdings of      148 163n3 185—186 191 219—220
Academic libraries, Okersonon      33 181—199
Academic libraries, periodical holdings of      11 148 171—172 185—186 188—190 220
Academic libraries, proposed Teleread system and      319 328
Academic libraries, publication role of      238—239
Academic libraries, scholarly administrators of      243
Academic reward system      7 86—87 162 195—196 209 235 284
Academic societies      See also Professional associations
Academic societies in proposed consortium      208 209—210 211
Academic societies, cooperation by      201 202 204 205 206 207
Academic societies, peer review by      153
Academic societies, style standards of      238
Academicians      xi—xii. See also Teachers
Academicians, computer use by      3—4 18
Academicians, copyright and      198
Academicians, editorial skills of      237—238 244 246—247
Academicians, financial constraints on      154—155 278
Academicians, Internet use by      4 154—155 156 165—166 176 204—205
Academicians, job market for      186
Academicians, multiple duties of      244
Academicians, print preference of      157
Academicians, publication by      7 237—238 243
Academicians, review by      See Peer review
Academicians, typesetting by      94 156 247
AdLinks (proposed)      327
Adobe Systems, Inc.      311n11
Advertising      See also Marketing
Advertising in electronic environment      129—130 163n5 327 336
Advertising of printed magazines      130 233
Advertising of trade publications      131
Advertising on television      103
AdWorlds (proposed)      327
Agricultural literature      297n31
Aletheic gaze      67
Alex (videotext system)      88n3
Algebra      98
Alinsky, Saul      337
Amann, K.      62
America Online (network)      125 175 326
American Academy of Religion      212n4
American and French Research on the Treasury of the French Language (database)      217—218 219
American Association for the Advancement of Science      235 236
American Association for the Advancement of Science Press      7
American Bar Association      303
American Chemical Society      124 289—290 296nn25 26
American Council of Learned Societies      208
American Library Association      224 252 260.
American Library Association, Machine-Readable Bibliographic Information Committee      256 257 262 266
American Library Association, USMARC Advisory Group      256 259 260 262 267
American Mathematical Society      97 124 240
American Memory Project      262 268—269 273
American Philosophical Association      225
American Psychological Association      124
American Revolution      38
American Society for Information Science      x
Amiran, Eyal      33 49n4
Analog systems      300 301
Analytical reduction      22—23 24 45—46
Anderson, Charles W.      56 57
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation      181
Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 2nd edition      252 273
Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 2nd edition, Internet Resources Project and      257 258
Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 2nd edition, on computer files      256
Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 2nd edition, on descriptors      260
Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 2nd edition, on editions      253
Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 2nd edition, on file characteristics      259
Annual University Press Statistics      162n2
Anonymous ftp      See File transfer protocol
ANSI/NISO standards      270—271
Antiutopianism      xii—xiii 22—23 24 26
Antiutopianism, academic community and      48
Antiutopianism, disappointed expectations and      42
Antiutopianism, empirical alternatives to      40 46
Antiutopianism, limitations of      47
Antiutopianism, social theory and      43 44
Archie (program)      283
Archives      30 156—157 210 291
Ariel system      194
Aristotle      88n7
ARPANET      167. See also DARPA (network)
Art reproductions      326
Art work      See Images
artificial intelligence      311n3
artists      160
ASCII text      x 122 260 268 269 287
Assertoric gaze      67
Association for Computing Machinery      240
Association for Library Collections and Technical Services Committee on Cataloging: Description and Access      252 258 260 266—267
Association of American University Presses      162n2 183
Association of Electronic Scholarly Journals      295n18
Association of Research Libraries      182 185 202 220
Astrophysical Society      240
Asynchronous Transfer Mode      169
AT&T Interchange Online Network      329
Atari Games Corp. v. Nintendo of America, Inc.      303
Atlantic Monthly      313
Audio-visual materials      323—324. See also Movies; Radio; Television; Video transmissions
Audit trails      135
Authors' Guild      328
Authorship, collective      87 278—280 293 294nn7 294nn10
Authorship, copyright identification and      308—310
Authorship, electronic journals and      60—61
Authorship, in print culture      76 134
Authorship, Lanham on      33
Automatic teller machines      244
Automobiles      39
Bacon, Francis      86 97
Baker, Nicholson      314—315 317
Bakhtin, Mihail      83
Barnes and Noble (firm)      149 337
Behavioral and Brain Sciences (journal)      113—114 115
Being      56
Bell Canada      88n3
Berne Convention (1989)      282 296—297n30 308 309—310 312n18 324
Berners-Lee, Tim      265
Betamax case      295n15
Bibliographic abstracts      36
Bibliographic citations      136. See also Catalogs; Indexes and abstracts
Bibliographic citations in electronic environment      142—143 159 228
Bibliographic citations, early printed      77
Bibliographic citations, SGML and      273
Bibliographic citations, USMARC and      268 272
Bibliographic reviews      99
Bibliographic services      17 193 287
Biobehavioral sciences      113
Birkhauser Boston (firm)      239
BITNET      167 286
Books      See Printed books
Bookstores      148—149 233 329 337—338
Borders (firm)      149
Bourdieu, Pierre      77
Bowker, R. R., Company      183
Brann, Eva T. H.      66
Briggs, Katharine C.      63 64
British literature      226
British scholars      5 244
broadcasting      See Transmissions
Brown Women Writers Project      218—219
Bryn Mawr Classical Review      231
Buckley, William E.      339n1
Bureaucracies      See Government agencies
Buschman, John      216
Bush, Vannevar      ix 26—27 34 35 313
Business databases      220
Business enterprises      See Commercial enterprises
Cable television      169 325
California      41—42 333
Cambridge University Press      113
Campbell, Jerry      13—14
Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences      208
Card catalogs      193 314—315 317
Career reward system      See Academic reward system
Carnegie Corporation      297n31
Carnegie Mellon University      225
Carnegie, Andrew      338
Cataloging-in-Publication Project      269—270
catalogs      20 124 193 251—275 314—315 317.
Cawelti, John      47
CD-ROMs, agricultural literature on      297n31
CD-ROMs, cataloging of      266
CD-ROMs, copyright of      296n22
CD-ROMs, distribution of      134
CD-ROMs, in libraries      xi 220—221 292
CD-ROMs, licenses for      296n29
CD-ROMs, of Internet-related material      323
CD-ROMs, publication of      154
Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities      217 228
Central Intelligence Agency      222
CERN      125
Chambers's Cyclopaedia      76
character codes      See Text files
Chaski, Carole      33 49n4
Chemical Abstracts      289 290
Chemical Abstracts Service      viii
Chemical Titles      viii
Chemistry      76 77 78
Chemistry journals      189
Chicago Journal of Theoretical Computer Science      125 236 239
Children      337. See also Students
Chronicle of Higher Education      7
Chronology      59
CICNet Project      316
Citations      See Bibliographic citations
City University of New York      167
Civil rights movement      38
Civil War Web      225
Clancy, Tom      141
Clark, William      49n5
Class structure      36
Classical scholarship      171
Classified documents      141
Clinton administration      17 161
Clipper Chip      161
clothing      335
CNN Headline broadcasts      142
Coalition for Networked Information      128 207
Code, Lorraine      57
Cognitive sciences      113
Collection development      215—229
Collective authorship      87 278—280 293 294nn7 10
colleges      See Academic institutions
Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries      194
Comet Shoemaker — Levy, 170      
Command-driven interfaces      49n9
Commercial audio-visual materials      See Audio-visual materials
Commercial data      168 173—174 286
Commercial databases      317—318. See also Bibliographic services
Commercial enterprises      See also Bookstores; Telecommunications firms
Commercial enterprises, interfaces used by      49n9
Commercial enterprises, network charges to      175—176
Commercial enterprises, proposed TeleRead system and      314 319 328 333—334 335
Commercial enterprises, technology transfer to      41—42
Commercial enterprises, web analyses of      43
Commercial messages      See Advertising
commercial networks      125 175 177 178 315 329 336
Commercial publishers      103—105 115
Commercial publishers, electronic journals of      124—125 203—204 205
Commercial publishers, Okerson on      33
Commercial publishers, printed journals of      189 190 204
Commercial publishers, readership of      131
Commercial publishers, university presses and      149
Committee on Cataloging: Description and Access      252 258 260 266—267
Communications Act (1934)      302
Community information      256
CompuServe (network)      125 175 315 329
Computer conferencing      See Network forums
Computer interfaces      See User interfaces
Computer networks      See Networks
Computer programs      295n21 296n24 301—305 311n8 312n19.
Computer scientists      20
Computer storage devices      93. See also Optical disks
Computer-assisted instruction      28
Computers and the Humanities (journal)      216
Conferences      5 6 60 114.
Constitution (U.S.)      198
Constitutive communities      57 58 59 63
Consumer purchases      327 334—335
Contracts      144 289 328
Conversation      See Oral communication
Copyediting      99 245—246
Copyright      278 293n2 294nn2 294nn9.
Copyright Act (1976) on computer programs      295n21 296n24 302
Copyright Act (1976) on derivative works      307—308
Copyright Act (1976) on fair use      296n28
Copyright Act (1976) on first-sale doctrine      295n21
Copyright Act (1976) on performances      306
Copyright Act (1976), common-law copyright and      285
Copyright Act (1976), contributory infringement and      295n15
Copyright Act (1976), Gates Rubber Co. v. Bando American, Inc. on      311n2
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