12. ELPUB 2008:
Toronto, Canada Leslie Chan, Susanna Mornati (Eds.):
Open Scholarship: Authority, Community, and Sustainability in the Age of Web 2.0 - Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Electronic Publishing held in Toronto, Canada, 25-27 June 2008, Proceedings.
2008, ISBN 978-0-7727-6315-0
Organizational and Policy issues
- Heather A. Piwowar, Wendy Webber Chapman:
A review of journal policies for sharing research data.
- Turid Hedlund:
Business school researchers' attitudes towards open access and institutional repositories: a study on user acceptance and user behavior.
- Barbara Porrett:
The IDRC Digital Library: an open access institutional repository disseminating the research results of developing world researchers.
Metadata and Query Formats
- Emma Tonkin, Henk L. Muller:
Keyword and metadata extraction from pre-prints.
- Rubén Tous, Jaime Delgado:
The MPEG Query Format, a new standard for querying digital content - Usage in scholarly literature search and retrieval.
- Helena Francke:
The state of metadata in open access journals: possibilities and restrictions.
Collaboration in Scholarly Publishing
Semantic Web and New Services
Business Models in e-publishing
Usage Patterns of Online Literature
- Bo-Christer Björk, Annikki Roos, Mari Lauri:
Global annual volume of peer reviewed scholarly articles and the share available via different Open Access options.
- Saray Cordoba, Rolando Coto:
Characteristics shared by the scientific electronic journals of Latin America and the Caribbean.
- Yasar Tonta, Yurdagül Ünal:
Consortial Use of Electronic Journals in Turkish Universities.
- Jan Engelen:
A rapidly growing electronic publishing trend: Audiobooks for leisure and education.
- Anita de Waard, Joost Kircz:
Modeling Scientific Discourse - Shifting Perspectives and Persistent Issues.
New Challenges in Scholarly Communications
Open Access in Less Developed Countries
- Eve Gray, Mark Burke:
African universities in the knowledge economy: a collaborative approach to researching and promoting open communications in higher education.
- Subbiah Arunachalam:
Development of Open Access in India.
- Isabel Galina, Joaquín Giménez:
An Overview Of The Development Of Open Access Journals And Repositories In Mexico.
- Sely Costa, Fernando Leite:
Brazilian Open Access Initiatives: Key Strategies and Challenges.
Information Retrieval and Discovery Services
Open Access and Citations
Added-value Services for Scholarly Communication
- Lisa R. Schiff:
Advancing Scholarship through Digital Critical Editions: Mark Twain Project Online.
- Bob Martens, Peter Linde, Robert Klinc:
Enhancing the Sustainability of Electronic Access to ELPUB Proceedings - Persistent Identifiers as a Mean for Long-term Dissemination.
- Matteo Romanello:
A critical value-added service for e-journals on classics: proposal of a semantic reference linking system between on-line primary and secondary sources.
Posters & Demonstrations
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