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Book
xvi, 191 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Some fundamental economics
  • Academic journal publishing and the open access movement
  • On the access principle in science : a law and economics analysis
  • The future of academic publishing
  • Conclusions and further research
  • Appendix.
  • Introduction
  • Some fundamental economics
  • Academic journal publishing and the open access movement
  • On the access principle in science : a law and economics analysis
  • The future of academic publishing
  • Conclusions and further research
  • Appendix.
Law Library (Crown)
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K1420.5 .S34 2015 Unknown
Book
1 online resource (xvi, 191 pages) : illustrations (some color).
  • Introduction
  • Some Fundamental Economics
  • Academic Journal Publishing and the Open Access Movement
  • On the Access Principle in Science: A Law & Economics Analysis
  • The Future of Academic Publishing
  • Conclusions and Further Research
  • Appendix.
This book addresses the recent debate about copyright law and its impact on the distribution of scientific knowledge from an economic perspective. The focus is on the question whether a copyright regime or an open access regime is better suited to the norms and organizational structure in a purely global science community. The book undertakes a thorough economic analysis of the academic journal market and showcases consequences of a regime change. It also takes account of the Digital Divide debate, reflecting issues in developing countries. Finally, a comprehensive analysis of legal action in the light of international Intellectual Property (IP) agreements offers prospects on the future of academic publishing.
  • Introduction
  • Some Fundamental Economics
  • Academic Journal Publishing and the Open Access Movement
  • On the Access Principle in Science: A Law & Economics Analysis
  • The Future of Academic Publishing
  • Conclusions and Further Research
  • Appendix.
This book addresses the recent debate about copyright law and its impact on the distribution of scientific knowledge from an economic perspective. The focus is on the question whether a copyright regime or an open access regime is better suited to the norms and organizational structure in a purely global science community. The book undertakes a thorough economic analysis of the academic journal market and showcases consequences of a regime change. It also takes account of the Digital Divide debate, reflecting issues in developing countries. Finally, a comprehensive analysis of legal action in the light of international Intellectual Property (IP) agreements offers prospects on the future of academic publishing.
Book
1 online resource (viii, 466 pages) : illustrations (some color).
  • Scholars and scripts, spoors and scores / Blaise Cronin
  • History and evolution of (biblio)metrics / Nicola De Bellis
  • The citation : from culture to infrastructure / Paul Wouters
  • "The data - it is me!" = (Les données - c'est moi!) / Ronald E. Day
  • The ethics of evaluative bibliometrics / Jonathan Furner
  • Criteria for evaluating indicators / Yves Gingras
  • Obliteration by incorporation / Katherine W. McCain
  • A network approach to scholarly evaluation / Jevin D. West and Daril A. Vilhena
  • Science visualization and discursive knowledge / Loet Leydesdorff
  • Measuring interdisciplinarity / Vincent Larivière and Yves Gingras
  • Bibliometric standards for evaluating research institutes in the natural sciences / Lutz Bornmann, Benjamin E. Bowman, Jonathan Bauer, Werner Marx, Hermann Schier, and Margit Palzenberger
  • Identifying and quantifying research strengths using market segmentation / Kevin W. Boyack and Richard Klavans
  • Finding and recommending scholarly articles / Michael J. Kurtz and Edwin A. Henneken
  • Altmetrics / Jason Priem
  • Web impact metrics for research assessment / Kayvan Kousha and Mike Thelwall
  • Bibliographic references in Web 2.0 / Judit Bar-Ilan, Hadas Shema, and Mike Thelwall
  • Readership metrics / Stefanie Haustein
  • Evaluating the work of judges / Peter A. Hook
  • Academic genealogy / Cassidy R. Sugimoto
  • A publishing perspective on bibliometrics / Judith Kamalski, Andrew Plume, and Mayur Amin
  • Science metrics and science policy / Julia Lane, Mark Largent, and Rebecca Rosen.
Bibliometrics has moved well beyond the mere tracking of bibliographic citations. The web enables new ways to measure scholarly productivity and impact, making available tools and data that can reveal patterns of intellectual activity and impact that were previously invisible: mentions, acknowledgments, endorsements, downloads, recommendations, blog posts, tweets. This book describes recent theoretical and practical advances in metrics-based research, examining a variety of alternative metrics -- or "altmetrics" -- while also considering the ethical and cultural consequences of relying on metrics to assess the quality of scholarship. Once the domain of information scientists and mathematicians, bibliometrics is now a fast-growing, multidisciplinary field that ranges from webometrics to scientometrics to influmetrics. The contributors to Beyond Bibliometrics discuss the changing environment of scholarly publishing, the effects of open access and Web 2.0 on genres of discourse, novel analytic methods, and the emergence of next-generation metrics in a performance-conscious age. ContributorsMayur Amin, Judit Bar-Ilan, Johann Bauer, Lutz Bornmann, Benjamin F. Bowman, Kevin W. Boyack, Blaise Cronin, Ronald Day, Nicola De Bellis, Jonathan Furner, Yves Gingras, Stefanie Haustein, Edwin Henneken, Peter A. Hook, Judith Kamalski, Richard Klavans, Kayvan Kousha, Michael Kurtz, Mark Largent, Julia Lane, Vincent Larivire, Loet Leydesdorff, Werner Marx, Katherine W. McCain, Margit Palzenberger, Andrew Plume, Jason Priem, Rebecca Rosen, Hermann Schier, Hadas Shema, Cassidy R. Sugimoto, Mike Thelwall, Daril Vilhena, Jevin West, Paul Wouters.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Scholars and scripts, spoors and scores / Blaise Cronin
  • History and evolution of (biblio)metrics / Nicola De Bellis
  • The citation : from culture to infrastructure / Paul Wouters
  • "The data - it is me!" = (Les données - c'est moi!) / Ronald E. Day
  • The ethics of evaluative bibliometrics / Jonathan Furner
  • Criteria for evaluating indicators / Yves Gingras
  • Obliteration by incorporation / Katherine W. McCain
  • A network approach to scholarly evaluation / Jevin D. West and Daril A. Vilhena
  • Science visualization and discursive knowledge / Loet Leydesdorff
  • Measuring interdisciplinarity / Vincent Larivière and Yves Gingras
  • Bibliometric standards for evaluating research institutes in the natural sciences / Lutz Bornmann, Benjamin E. Bowman, Jonathan Bauer, Werner Marx, Hermann Schier, and Margit Palzenberger
  • Identifying and quantifying research strengths using market segmentation / Kevin W. Boyack and Richard Klavans
  • Finding and recommending scholarly articles / Michael J. Kurtz and Edwin A. Henneken
  • Altmetrics / Jason Priem
  • Web impact metrics for research assessment / Kayvan Kousha and Mike Thelwall
  • Bibliographic references in Web 2.0 / Judit Bar-Ilan, Hadas Shema, and Mike Thelwall
  • Readership metrics / Stefanie Haustein
  • Evaluating the work of judges / Peter A. Hook
  • Academic genealogy / Cassidy R. Sugimoto
  • A publishing perspective on bibliometrics / Judith Kamalski, Andrew Plume, and Mayur Amin
  • Science metrics and science policy / Julia Lane, Mark Largent, and Rebecca Rosen.
Bibliometrics has moved well beyond the mere tracking of bibliographic citations. The web enables new ways to measure scholarly productivity and impact, making available tools and data that can reveal patterns of intellectual activity and impact that were previously invisible: mentions, acknowledgments, endorsements, downloads, recommendations, blog posts, tweets. This book describes recent theoretical and practical advances in metrics-based research, examining a variety of alternative metrics -- or "altmetrics" -- while also considering the ethical and cultural consequences of relying on metrics to assess the quality of scholarship. Once the domain of information scientists and mathematicians, bibliometrics is now a fast-growing, multidisciplinary field that ranges from webometrics to scientometrics to influmetrics. The contributors to Beyond Bibliometrics discuss the changing environment of scholarly publishing, the effects of open access and Web 2.0 on genres of discourse, novel analytic methods, and the emergence of next-generation metrics in a performance-conscious age. ContributorsMayur Amin, Judit Bar-Ilan, Johann Bauer, Lutz Bornmann, Benjamin F. Bowman, Kevin W. Boyack, Blaise Cronin, Ronald Day, Nicola De Bellis, Jonathan Furner, Yves Gingras, Stefanie Haustein, Edwin Henneken, Peter A. Hook, Judith Kamalski, Richard Klavans, Kayvan Kousha, Michael Kurtz, Mark Largent, Julia Lane, Vincent Larivire, Loet Leydesdorff, Werner Marx, Katherine W. McCain, Margit Palzenberger, Andrew Plume, Jason Priem, Rebecca Rosen, Hermann Schier, Hadas Shema, Cassidy R. Sugimoto, Mike Thelwall, Daril Vilhena, Jevin West, Paul Wouters.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Book
viii, 357 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • The digital turn in textual scholarship : historical and typological perspectives / Odd Einar Haugen and Daniel Apollon
  • Ongoing challenges for digital critical editions / Philippe Regnier
  • The digital fate of the critical apparatus / Daniel Apollon and Claire Belisle
  • What digital remediation does to critical editions and reading practices / Terje Hillesund and Claire Belisle
  • Markup technology and textual scholarship / Claus Huitfeldt
  • Digital critical editing : separating encoding from presentation / Alois Pichler and Tone Merete Bruvik
  • The making of an edition : three crucial dimensions / Odd Einar Haugen
  • From books to collections : critical editions of heterogeneous documents / Sarah Mombert
  • Toward a new political economy of critical editions / Philippe Regnier.
Provocative yet sober, Digital Critical Editions examines how transitioning from print to a digital milieu deeply affects how scholars deal with the work of editing critical texts. On one hand, forces like changing technology and evolving reader expectations lead to the development of specific editorial products, while on the other hand, they threaten traditional forms of knowledge and methods of textual scholarship. Using the experiences of philologists, text critics, text encoders, scientific editors, and media analysts, Digital Critical Editions ranges from philology in ancient Alexandria to the vision of user-supported online critical editing, from peer-directed texts distributed to a few to community-edited products shaped by the many. The authors discuss the production and accessibility of documents, the emergence of tools used in scholarly work, new editing regimes, and how the readers' expectations evolve as they navigate digital texts. The goal: exploring questions such as, What kind of text is produced? Why is it produced in this particular way? Digital Critical Editions provides digital editors, researchers, readers, and technological actors with insights for addressing disruptions that arise from the clash of traditional and digital cultures, while also offering a practical roadmap for processing traditional texts and collections with today's state-of-the-art editing and research techniques thus addressing readers' new emerging reading habits.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • The digital turn in textual scholarship : historical and typological perspectives / Odd Einar Haugen and Daniel Apollon
  • Ongoing challenges for digital critical editions / Philippe Regnier
  • The digital fate of the critical apparatus / Daniel Apollon and Claire Belisle
  • What digital remediation does to critical editions and reading practices / Terje Hillesund and Claire Belisle
  • Markup technology and textual scholarship / Claus Huitfeldt
  • Digital critical editing : separating encoding from presentation / Alois Pichler and Tone Merete Bruvik
  • The making of an edition : three crucial dimensions / Odd Einar Haugen
  • From books to collections : critical editions of heterogeneous documents / Sarah Mombert
  • Toward a new political economy of critical editions / Philippe Regnier.
Provocative yet sober, Digital Critical Editions examines how transitioning from print to a digital milieu deeply affects how scholars deal with the work of editing critical texts. On one hand, forces like changing technology and evolving reader expectations lead to the development of specific editorial products, while on the other hand, they threaten traditional forms of knowledge and methods of textual scholarship. Using the experiences of philologists, text critics, text encoders, scientific editors, and media analysts, Digital Critical Editions ranges from philology in ancient Alexandria to the vision of user-supported online critical editing, from peer-directed texts distributed to a few to community-edited products shaped by the many. The authors discuss the production and accessibility of documents, the emergence of tools used in scholarly work, new editing regimes, and how the readers' expectations evolve as they navigate digital texts. The goal: exploring questions such as, What kind of text is produced? Why is it produced in this particular way? Digital Critical Editions provides digital editors, researchers, readers, and technological actors with insights for addressing disruptions that arise from the clash of traditional and digital cultures, while also offering a practical roadmap for processing traditional texts and collections with today's state-of-the-art editing and research techniques thus addressing readers' new emerging reading habits.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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PN171 .D37 D54 2014 Unknown
Book
1 online resource.
Book
277 pages, 1 leaf of plate, 4 folded pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly color), facsimiles ; 24 cm.
Green Library
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DD801 .B23 A3 V.196 Unknown
Book
165 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
By actively participating in the research and writing process, librarians can use their subject expertise to develop new roles for themselves and devise new modes of contributing to the scholarly communication cycle. This SPEC Kit explores ARL member libraries' activities related to support of faculty and researcher publishing of scholarly works. It investigates the level and variety of services ARL libraries are providing to support, facilitate, and participate in the publishing activities of the faculty and researchers they serve, whether through the re-framing of existing traditional library services or the development of new services. This SPEC Kit includes examples of publishing services offered by libraries, events that showcase faculty research and promote authors, author's rights information, library support for repository deposits and public access policy compliance, author addenda, open access policies, and job descriptions--Publisher's website description.
By actively participating in the research and writing process, librarians can use their subject expertise to develop new roles for themselves and devise new modes of contributing to the scholarly communication cycle. This SPEC Kit explores ARL member libraries' activities related to support of faculty and researcher publishing of scholarly works. It investigates the level and variety of services ARL libraries are providing to support, facilitate, and participate in the publishing activities of the faculty and researchers they serve, whether through the re-framing of existing traditional library services or the development of new services. This SPEC Kit includes examples of publishing services offered by libraries, events that showcase faculty research and promote authors, author's rights information, library support for repository deposits and public access policy compliance, author addenda, open access policies, and job descriptions--Publisher's website description.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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Book
viii, 150 pages ; 23 cm.
  • 1. Negotiating the Terrain 2. Balancing Professional Work: Teaching, Research and Service 3. Understanding Academic Genres 4. The Rhetoric of Submission 5. The Role of the Researcher 6. Collaboration 7. Digital Publishing and Intellectual Property 8. Establishing a Community of Scholars.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Scholarly Publication in a Changing Academic Landscape focuses on ways contingent faculty members can join scholarly conversations by making public the work they are already engaged in and how they might publish their way into increased fulfillment and increased job security. Recognizing that contingent faculty often find few opportunities to enroll in publication courses, take advantage of professional development and mentoring sessions, or find allies and peers within their departments, this volume outline the realities of contingent employment and offers concrete advice for maintaining a research and publishing agenda, even without department support. The authors suggest ways to work within the present system, offering concrete strategies for engaging in professional development opportunities and disseminating research findings.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • 1. Negotiating the Terrain 2. Balancing Professional Work: Teaching, Research and Service 3. Understanding Academic Genres 4. The Rhetoric of Submission 5. The Role of the Researcher 6. Collaboration 7. Digital Publishing and Intellectual Property 8. Establishing a Community of Scholars.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Scholarly Publication in a Changing Academic Landscape focuses on ways contingent faculty members can join scholarly conversations by making public the work they are already engaged in and how they might publish their way into increased fulfillment and increased job security. Recognizing that contingent faculty often find few opportunities to enroll in publication courses, take advantage of professional development and mentoring sessions, or find allies and peers within their departments, this volume outline the realities of contingent employment and offers concrete advice for maintaining a research and publishing agenda, even without department support. The authors suggest ways to work within the present system, offering concrete strategies for engaging in professional development opportunities and disseminating research findings.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Education Library (Cubberley)
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Z286 .S37 G35 2014 Unknown
Book
xiii, 246 pages : illustrations, maps ; 30 cm
"African scholarly research is relatively invisible globally because even though research production on the continent is growing in absolute terms, it is falling in comparative terms. In addition, traditional metrics of visibility, such as the Impact Factor, fail to make legible all African scholarly production. Many African universities also do not take a strategic approach to scholarly communication to broaden the reach of their scholar's work. To address this challenge, the Scholarly Communication in Africa Programme (SCAP) was established to help raise the visibility of African scholarship by mapping current research and communication practices in Southern African universities and by recommending and piloting technical and administrative innovations based on open access dissemination principles." -- Back cover.
"African scholarly research is relatively invisible globally because even though research production on the continent is growing in absolute terms, it is falling in comparative terms. In addition, traditional metrics of visibility, such as the Impact Factor, fail to make legible all African scholarly production. Many African universities also do not take a strategic approach to scholarly communication to broaden the reach of their scholar's work. To address this challenge, the Scholarly Communication in Africa Programme (SCAP) was established to help raise the visibility of African scholarship by mapping current research and communication practices in Southern African universities and by recommending and piloting technical and administrative innovations based on open access dissemination principles." -- Back cover.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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Z286 .S37 S44 2014 F Available
Book
xii, 175 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • Preface Acknowledgements Chapter 1: What Is Peer Review and Why Do We Need It? Chapter 2: Early Peer Review Chapter 3: Peer Review 1600-1950 Chapter 4: Anonymous, Double-Blind Peer Review Chapter 5: The Rise of the Internet, the Supremacy of the Individual Chapter 6: Recent Suggested Solutions Chapter 7: Option One - Eliminate Peer Review (partially and totally) Chapter 8: Can We Review Ourselves? Chapter 9: Private Industry and Academic Associations Solve It All (But Are Tenure Committees Left Holding the Bag?) Chapter 10: The Future of Peer Review: What Have We Lost and What Can We Gain? In Closing.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
The current peer review process is broken and unless changes are made it will soon die. In Do We Still Need Peer Review?, author Thomas H.P. Gould examines the evolution of peer review from the earliest attempts by the Church to evaluate scholarly works to the creation of academic peer review and finally to the current status of the process. Gould argues that without an immediate effort by scholars to institute reform, the future of peer review may cease to exist. As new technology provides authors with a direct, unsupervised route to publication, the peer review situation is nearing a tipping point, beyond which the nature of academic research will be profoundly altered. This book proposes that rather than tossing out peer review altogether, the process can be saved and made stronger, offering suggestions on how to do just that.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Preface Acknowledgements Chapter 1: What Is Peer Review and Why Do We Need It? Chapter 2: Early Peer Review Chapter 3: Peer Review 1600-1950 Chapter 4: Anonymous, Double-Blind Peer Review Chapter 5: The Rise of the Internet, the Supremacy of the Individual Chapter 6: Recent Suggested Solutions Chapter 7: Option One - Eliminate Peer Review (partially and totally) Chapter 8: Can We Review Ourselves? Chapter 9: Private Industry and Academic Associations Solve It All (But Are Tenure Committees Left Holding the Bag?) Chapter 10: The Future of Peer Review: What Have We Lost and What Can We Gain? In Closing.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
The current peer review process is broken and unless changes are made it will soon die. In Do We Still Need Peer Review?, author Thomas H.P. Gould examines the evolution of peer review from the earliest attempts by the Church to evaluate scholarly works to the creation of academic peer review and finally to the current status of the process. Gould argues that without an immediate effort by scholars to institute reform, the future of peer review may cease to exist. As new technology provides authors with a direct, unsupervised route to publication, the peer review situation is nearing a tipping point, beyond which the nature of academic research will be profoundly altered. This book proposes that rather than tossing out peer review altogether, the process can be saved and made stronger, offering suggestions on how to do just that.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Education Library (Cubberley)
Status of items at Education Library (Cubberley)
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LB2333 .G58 2013 Unknown
Book
vi, 252 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Beiträge
  • Wörterbuch der Editionsphilologie : ein Aufriss der anstehenden Probleme und Fragen (1997/2012) / Gunter Martens
  • Methodologie der Terminologiearbeit (1997-99) / Hans Zeller
  • Terminologie und editorische Praxis (1997) / Siegfried Scheibe
  • Editorische Terminologie aus mediävistischer Sicht I (1997/2012) / Kurt Gärtner
  • Editorische Terminologie aus mediävistischer Sicht II : Überlegungen zu den Problemen der mediävistischen Überlieferung, Edition und ihrer Terminologie (1997/2012) / Ulrich Müller
  • Editorische Terminologie : aus philosophiegeschichtlicher Sicht (1997) / Hans Gerhard Senger
  • Altphilologische editorische Terminologie in der Neuphilologie (1997/2012) / Winfried Woesler
  • Kritische Textkritik (2012) / Roland Reuß
  • Variante, Lesart, Korrektur oder Änderung? : zum Problem der Synonyme in der neugermanistischen Editionsphilologie (2002/2006) / Rüdiger Nutt-Kofoth
  • Das Problem der Begriffsfelder und ihre Behandlung in einem Fachwörterbuch : am Beispiel des Begriffsfeldes "Textgenese" (1997/2012) / Gunter Martens
  • Buchdruck und Druckanalyse : Gegenstand, Methode, Begriffe (1997/98) / Martin Boghardt
  • Konzeption und Prototyp eines Kompendiums der Editionswissenschaft (2006) / Roger Lüdeke mit Anne Bohnenkamp und Hans Walter Gabler
  • Materialien
  • Vorbemerkung des Herausgebers zu den Wörterbuchartikeln (2012) / Gunter Martens
  • Begriffe aus der analytischen Druckforschung (1998) / Martin Boghardt
  • Probeartikel (1997/2012)
  • Liste der Begriffe und Stichwörter für das "Wörterbuch der Editionsphilologie" (2006/2012)
  • Resümee und Ausblick (2012) / Gunter Martens
  • g Anhang
  • Nachträgliche Bemerkungen zum Artikelentwurf "Textkritik (I)" von Winfried Woesler (1998) / Klaus Hurlebusch
  • Vorüberlegungen aus Anlass der Vorbereitung zweier Artikel für ein Wörterbuch editorischer Begriffe (1997) / Roland Reuß
  • Literaturverzeichnis zu allen Beiträgen dieses Heftes (2012).
  • Beiträge
  • Wörterbuch der Editionsphilologie : ein Aufriss der anstehenden Probleme und Fragen (1997/2012) / Gunter Martens
  • Methodologie der Terminologiearbeit (1997-99) / Hans Zeller
  • Terminologie und editorische Praxis (1997) / Siegfried Scheibe
  • Editorische Terminologie aus mediävistischer Sicht I (1997/2012) / Kurt Gärtner
  • Editorische Terminologie aus mediävistischer Sicht II : Überlegungen zu den Problemen der mediävistischen Überlieferung, Edition und ihrer Terminologie (1997/2012) / Ulrich Müller
  • Editorische Terminologie : aus philosophiegeschichtlicher Sicht (1997) / Hans Gerhard Senger
  • Altphilologische editorische Terminologie in der Neuphilologie (1997/2012) / Winfried Woesler
  • Kritische Textkritik (2012) / Roland Reuß
  • Variante, Lesart, Korrektur oder Änderung? : zum Problem der Synonyme in der neugermanistischen Editionsphilologie (2002/2006) / Rüdiger Nutt-Kofoth
  • Das Problem der Begriffsfelder und ihre Behandlung in einem Fachwörterbuch : am Beispiel des Begriffsfeldes "Textgenese" (1997/2012) / Gunter Martens
  • Buchdruck und Druckanalyse : Gegenstand, Methode, Begriffe (1997/98) / Martin Boghardt
  • Konzeption und Prototyp eines Kompendiums der Editionswissenschaft (2006) / Roger Lüdeke mit Anne Bohnenkamp und Hans Walter Gabler
  • Materialien
  • Vorbemerkung des Herausgebers zu den Wörterbuchartikeln (2012) / Gunter Martens
  • Begriffe aus der analytischen Druckforschung (1998) / Martin Boghardt
  • Probeartikel (1997/2012)
  • Liste der Begriffe und Stichwörter für das "Wörterbuch der Editionsphilologie" (2006/2012)
  • Resümee und Ausblick (2012) / Gunter Martens
  • g Anhang
  • Nachträgliche Bemerkungen zum Artikelentwurf "Textkritik (I)" von Winfried Woesler (1998) / Klaus Hurlebusch
  • Vorüberlegungen aus Anlass der Vorbereitung zweier Artikel für ein Wörterbuch editorischer Begriffe (1997) / Roland Reuß
  • Literaturverzeichnis zu allen Beiträgen dieses Heftes (2012).
Green Library
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PN162 .E326 2013 Unknown
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168 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Education Library (Cubberley)
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AZ186 .H33 2013 Unknown
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xii, 467 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Preface and acknowledgements-- 1. Introduction to journals-- 2. Managing journals-- 3. Editing-- 4. The production process-- 5. Journal metrics-- 6. Marketing and sales-- 7. Fulfilment-- 8. Journal finances-- 9. Subsidiary income-- 10. Contract publishing-- 11. Copyright and other legal aspects-- 12. Ethical issues-- 13. The future of scholarly communication-- Appendix 1: glossary-- Appendix 2: resources-- Appendix 3: vendors.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
The Handbook of Journal Publishing is a comprehensive reference work written by experienced professionals, covering all aspects of journal publishing, both online and in print. Journals are crucial to scholarly communication, but changes in recent years in the way journals are produced, financed, and used make this an especially turbulent and challenging time for journal publishers - and for authors, readers, and librarians. The Handbook offers a thorough guide to the journal publishing process, from editing and production through marketing, sales, and fulfilment, with chapters on management, finances, metrics, copyright, and ethical issues. It provides a wealth of practical tools, including checklists, sample documents, worked examples, alternative scenarios, and extensive lists of resources, which readers can use in their day-to-day work. Between them, the authors have been involved in every aspect of journal publishing over several decades and bring to the text their experience working for a wide range of publishers in both the not-for-profit and commercial sectors.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Preface and acknowledgements-- 1. Introduction to journals-- 2. Managing journals-- 3. Editing-- 4. The production process-- 5. Journal metrics-- 6. Marketing and sales-- 7. Fulfilment-- 8. Journal finances-- 9. Subsidiary income-- 10. Contract publishing-- 11. Copyright and other legal aspects-- 12. Ethical issues-- 13. The future of scholarly communication-- Appendix 1: glossary-- Appendix 2: resources-- Appendix 3: vendors.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
The Handbook of Journal Publishing is a comprehensive reference work written by experienced professionals, covering all aspects of journal publishing, both online and in print. Journals are crucial to scholarly communication, but changes in recent years in the way journals are produced, financed, and used make this an especially turbulent and challenging time for journal publishers - and for authors, readers, and librarians. The Handbook offers a thorough guide to the journal publishing process, from editing and production through marketing, sales, and fulfilment, with chapters on management, finances, metrics, copyright, and ethical issues. It provides a wealth of practical tools, including checklists, sample documents, worked examples, alternative scenarios, and extensive lists of resources, which readers can use in their day-to-day work. Between them, the authors have been involved in every aspect of journal publishing over several decades and bring to the text their experience working for a wide range of publishers in both the not-for-profit and commercial sectors.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Chemistry & ChemEng Library (Swain)
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Z286 .S37 H35 2013 Unknown
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xiv, 174 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Introduction Chapter 1: Identifying your personal interests and commitments to publishing Chapter 2: Making sense of institutional evaluation criteria Chapter 3: Responding to different institutional pressures to publish Chapter 4: Entering academic 'conversations' - Finding out about scholarly conferences Chapter 5: Identifying the 'conversations' of academic journals Chapter 6: Joining academic 'conversations' in a competitive marketplace Chapter 7: Locating your work and forging 'conversations' - whose work to cite and why? Chapter 8: Publishing articles or book chapters? Chapter 9: Understanding trajectories and time in the publishing process Chapter 10: Accessing resources for writing for publication Chapter 11: Doing the work of writing in multiple languages Chapter 12: Participating in academic research networks Chapter 13: Collaborating on texts for publication Chapter 14: Getting help from literacy brokers Chapter 15: Communicating with publishing gatekeepers Chapter 16: Producing a journal: taking on reviewing and editing roles Chapter 17: Concluding thoughts - Critical choices and practical strategies for global scholarly publishing.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
In many locations round the globe, scholars are coming under increasing pressure to publish in English in addition to their other languages. However research has shown that proficiency in English is not always the key to success in English-medium publishing. So rather than focus on the linguistic and rhetorical strategies involved in writing for publication, this guide aims to help scholars explore the larger social practices, politics, networks and resources involved in academic publishing and to encourage scholars to consider how they wish to take part in these practices - as well as to engage in current debates about them. Based on 10 years of research in academic writing and publishing practices, this guide will be invaluable both to individuals looking for information and support in publishing, and to those working to support others' publishing activities.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Introduction Chapter 1: Identifying your personal interests and commitments to publishing Chapter 2: Making sense of institutional evaluation criteria Chapter 3: Responding to different institutional pressures to publish Chapter 4: Entering academic 'conversations' - Finding out about scholarly conferences Chapter 5: Identifying the 'conversations' of academic journals Chapter 6: Joining academic 'conversations' in a competitive marketplace Chapter 7: Locating your work and forging 'conversations' - whose work to cite and why? Chapter 8: Publishing articles or book chapters? Chapter 9: Understanding trajectories and time in the publishing process Chapter 10: Accessing resources for writing for publication Chapter 11: Doing the work of writing in multiple languages Chapter 12: Participating in academic research networks Chapter 13: Collaborating on texts for publication Chapter 14: Getting help from literacy brokers Chapter 15: Communicating with publishing gatekeepers Chapter 16: Producing a journal: taking on reviewing and editing roles Chapter 17: Concluding thoughts - Critical choices and practical strategies for global scholarly publishing.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
In many locations round the globe, scholars are coming under increasing pressure to publish in English in addition to their other languages. However research has shown that proficiency in English is not always the key to success in English-medium publishing. So rather than focus on the linguistic and rhetorical strategies involved in writing for publication, this guide aims to help scholars explore the larger social practices, politics, networks and resources involved in academic publishing and to encourage scholars to consider how they wish to take part in these practices - as well as to engage in current debates about them. Based on 10 years of research in academic writing and publishing practices, this guide will be invaluable both to individuals looking for information and support in publishing, and to those working to support others' publishing activities.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Green Library
Status of items at Green Library
Green Library Status
Stacks Find it
PN146 .C87 2013 Unknown
Book
178 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Who cares what editors want?
  • Changing perspective from author to editor
  • Judging the newness of your science
  • Authorship issues
  • Choosing the right journal
  • Understanding impact factors
  • How to write a cover letter
  • Preparing for manuscript submission or "what editors wish you knew"
  • Who does what in peer review
  • Dealing with decision letters
  • Ethical issues in publishing
  • Trends in scientific publishing.
Research publications have always been key to building a successful career in science, yet little if any formal guidance is offered to young scientists on how to get research papers peer reviewed, accepted, and published by leading scientific journals. With "What Editors Want", Philippa J. Benson and Susan C. Silver, two well-respected editors from the science publishing community, remedy that situation with a clear, straightforward guide that will be of use to all scientists. Benson and Silver instruct readers on how to identify the journals that are most likely to publish a given paper, how to write an effective cover letter, how to avoid common pitfalls of the submission process, and how to effectively navigate the all-important peer review process, including dealing with revisions and rejection. With supplemental advice from more than a dozen experts, this book will equip scientists with the knowledge they need to usher their papers through publication.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Who cares what editors want?
  • Changing perspective from author to editor
  • Judging the newness of your science
  • Authorship issues
  • Choosing the right journal
  • Understanding impact factors
  • How to write a cover letter
  • Preparing for manuscript submission or "what editors wish you knew"
  • Who does what in peer review
  • Dealing with decision letters
  • Ethical issues in publishing
  • Trends in scientific publishing.
Research publications have always been key to building a successful career in science, yet little if any formal guidance is offered to young scientists on how to get research papers peer reviewed, accepted, and published by leading scientific journals. With "What Editors Want", Philippa J. Benson and Susan C. Silver, two well-respected editors from the science publishing community, remedy that situation with a clear, straightforward guide that will be of use to all scientists. Benson and Silver instruct readers on how to identify the journals that are most likely to publish a given paper, how to write an effective cover letter, how to avoid common pitfalls of the submission process, and how to effectively navigate the all-important peer review process, including dealing with revisions and rejection. With supplemental advice from more than a dozen experts, this book will equip scientists with the knowledge they need to usher their papers through publication.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Chemistry & ChemEng Library (Swain), Marine Biology Library (Miller)
Status of items at Chemistry & ChemEng Library (Swain)
Chemistry & ChemEng Library (Swain) Status
Stacks
Z286 .S37 B467 2013 Unknown
Status of items at Marine Biology Library (Miller)
Marine Biology Library (Miller) Status
Stacks
Z286 .S37 B467 2013 Unknown
Book
xxvii, 496 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: overview of academic and professional publishing-- Peer review in a rapidly evolving publishing landscape-- The scholarly ecosystem-- The digital revolution-- Publishing and communication strategies-- Development of journal publishing business models and finances-- Development of book publishing business models and finances-- Editorial and production workflows-- Electronic publishing standards-- Citation, bibliometrics and quality: assessing impact and usage-- Relating content to the user-- Sales, licensing and marketing-- The evolving role of libraries in the scholarly ecosystem-- Publishing ethics and integrity-- Legal aspects and copyright-- Relationship management-- Does journal publishing have a future? External forces and their impacts on academic and professional publishing-- Career development in academic and professional publishing-- Epilogue: trust in academic and professional publishing.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Academic and professional publishing represents a diverse communications industry rooted in the scholarly ecosystem, peer review, and added value products and services. Publishers in this field play a critical and trusted role, registering, certifying, disseminating and preserving knowledge across scientific, technical and medical (STM), humanities and social science disciplines. Academic and Professional Publishing draws together expert publishing professionals, to provide comprehensive insight into the key developments in the industry and the innovative and multi-disciplinary approaches being applied to meet novel challenges. This book consists of 20 chapters covering what publishers do, how they work to add value and what the future may bring. Topics include: peer-review; the scholarly ecosystem; the digital revolution; publishing and communication strategies; business models and finances; editorial and production workflows; electronic publishing standards; citation and bibliometrics; user experience; sales, licensing and marketing; the evolving role of libraries; ethics and integrity; legal and copyright aspects; relationship management; the future of journal publishing; the impact of external forces; career development; and trust in academic and professional publishing. This book presents a comprehensive review of the integrated approach publishers take to support and improve communications within academic and professional publishing. * Brings together expert publishing professionals to provide an authoritative insight into industry developments* Details the challenges publishers face and the leading-edge processes and procedures used to meet them* Discusses the range of new communication channels and business models that suit the wide variety of subject areas publishers work in.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Introduction: overview of academic and professional publishing-- Peer review in a rapidly evolving publishing landscape-- The scholarly ecosystem-- The digital revolution-- Publishing and communication strategies-- Development of journal publishing business models and finances-- Development of book publishing business models and finances-- Editorial and production workflows-- Electronic publishing standards-- Citation, bibliometrics and quality: assessing impact and usage-- Relating content to the user-- Sales, licensing and marketing-- The evolving role of libraries in the scholarly ecosystem-- Publishing ethics and integrity-- Legal aspects and copyright-- Relationship management-- Does journal publishing have a future? External forces and their impacts on academic and professional publishing-- Career development in academic and professional publishing-- Epilogue: trust in academic and professional publishing.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Academic and professional publishing represents a diverse communications industry rooted in the scholarly ecosystem, peer review, and added value products and services. Publishers in this field play a critical and trusted role, registering, certifying, disseminating and preserving knowledge across scientific, technical and medical (STM), humanities and social science disciplines. Academic and Professional Publishing draws together expert publishing professionals, to provide comprehensive insight into the key developments in the industry and the innovative and multi-disciplinary approaches being applied to meet novel challenges. This book consists of 20 chapters covering what publishers do, how they work to add value and what the future may bring. Topics include: peer-review; the scholarly ecosystem; the digital revolution; publishing and communication strategies; business models and finances; editorial and production workflows; electronic publishing standards; citation and bibliometrics; user experience; sales, licensing and marketing; the evolving role of libraries; ethics and integrity; legal and copyright aspects; relationship management; the future of journal publishing; the impact of external forces; career development; and trust in academic and professional publishing. This book presents a comprehensive review of the integrated approach publishers take to support and improve communications within academic and professional publishing. * Brings together expert publishing professionals to provide an authoritative insight into industry developments* Details the challenges publishers face and the leading-edge processes and procedures used to meet them* Discusses the range of new communication channels and business models that suit the wide variety of subject areas publishers work in.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Green Library
Status of items at Green Library
Green Library Status
Stacks Find it
Z286 .S37 A29 2012 Unknown
Book
1 online resource (55 p.)
  • Foreword: fishing for answers / Andrew Prescott
  • Introduction / Brendan Dooley
  • Digital history : some tools and techniques / Rachel Murphy
  • The psychology of digital culture or the digital culture of psychology? / Mary Galvin
  • Twenty-first century music technology / Gareth Young
  • Oral history in the digital age : issues and possibilities / Sara Goek
  • Electronic textual analysis : what and why? / James O'Sullivan
  • The Wooster Group and cyborg theater / Sara Wentworth
  • How the digital age can open cultural institutions / Luke Kirwan
  • Citizen journalism / Giorgio Guzzetta
  • Foreword: fishing for answers / Andrew Prescott
  • Introduction / Brendan Dooley
  • Digital history : some tools and techniques / Rachel Murphy
  • The psychology of digital culture or the digital culture of psychology? / Mary Galvin
  • Twenty-first century music technology / Gareth Young
  • Oral history in the digital age : issues and possibilities / Sara Goek
  • Electronic textual analysis : what and why? / James O'Sullivan
  • The Wooster Group and cyborg theater / Sara Wentworth
  • How the digital age can open cultural institutions / Luke Kirwan
  • Citizen journalism / Giorgio Guzzetta
Book
1 online resource (55 p.)
  • Foreword: fishing for answers / Andrew Prescott
  • Introduction / Brendan Dooley
  • Digital history : some tools and techniques / Rachel Murphy
  • The psychology of digital culture or the digital culture of psychology? / Mary Galvin
  • Twenty-first century music technology / Gareth Young
  • Oral history in the digital age : issues and possibilities / Sara Goek
  • Electronic textual analysis : what and why? / James O'Sullivan
  • The Wooster Group and cyborg theater / Sara Wentworth
  • How the digital age can open cultural institutions / Luke Kirwan
  • Citizen journalism / Giorgio Guzzetta.
  • Foreword: fishing for answers / Andrew Prescott
  • Introduction / Brendan Dooley
  • Digital history : some tools and techniques / Rachel Murphy
  • The psychology of digital culture or the digital culture of psychology? / Mary Galvin
  • Twenty-first century music technology / Gareth Young
  • Oral history in the digital age : issues and possibilities / Sara Goek
  • Electronic textual analysis : what and why? / James O'Sullivan
  • The Wooster Group and cyborg theater / Sara Wentworth
  • How the digital age can open cultural institutions / Luke Kirwan
  • Citizen journalism / Giorgio Guzzetta.

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