Books & Journal Collections In Transition
Scholarly Publishing Options
- Scholarly Electronic Publishing
- links to Web sites that offer perspectives and alternatives to
faculty and graduate students, and scholarly societies looking for
electronic means to share research results easily and efficiently
- University of California,
- program developing infrastructure for new modes of scholarly
publication and conducting research to identify sustainable models for
managing scholarly information.
- Consult your librarian
subject specialists or Gail Yokote (email@example.com),
who is the Associate University Librarian responsible for library collections,
for more information.
- Creative Commons
- Website dedicated to making scholarly material, music, literature,
film, and science widely available to the public. Site offers model
licenses for free sharing of scholarly material.
- PubMed Central
- digital archive of life sciences journal literature, developed and
managed by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCHI) at the
U.S. National Library of Medicine.
- Public Library of Science
- PLoS is a non-profit organization of scientists and physicians
committed to making the world's scientific and medical literature a freely
available public resources.
- BioMed Central
- independent publishing house which provides immendiate free access to
peer-reviewed biomedical research by charging an article-processing fee
for accepted manuscripts and supports the Public Library of Science
- publication program designed especially for scientific societies and
organizations who wish to offer online formats in addition to their print
- world wide alliance of research institutions, libraries, and
organizations that encourages a variety of scholarly communications
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