Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication


The Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication seeks to share useful innovations, both in thought and in practice, with the aim of encouraging scholarly exchange and the subsequent benefits that are borne of scrutiny, experimentation and debate. As modes of scholarly communication, the technologies and economics of publishing and the roles of libraries evolve, it is our hope that the work shared in the journal will inform practices that strengthen librarianship and that increase access to the "common Stock of Knowledge."

Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2012)
  
Video Credit: Defining Scholarly Communication, created/owned by the contributors and produced by Kathryn Pope and Vin Aliberto, Center for Digital Research and Scholarship, Columbia University Libraries/Information Services. CC-BY.

Editorial

What is in a Name? Introducing the Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication
Isaac Gilman and Marisa Ramirez

In Memoriam: Deborah Barreau Gary Marchionini

Commentary

The Movement to Change Scholarly Communication Has Come a Long Way – How Far Might It Go? / Joyce Ogburn

Coming in the Back Door: Leveraging Open Textbooks To Promote Scholarly Communications on Campus / Steven J. Bell

Point & Counterpoint: Is CC BY the Best Open Access License? / Klaus Graf and Sanford Thatcher

Research Articles

The Anatomy of a Data Citation: Discovery, Reuse, and Credit / Hailey Mooney and Mark P. Newton

The Accessibility Quotient: A New Measure of Open Access / Mathew A. Willmott, Katharine H. Dunn, and Ellen Finnie Duranceau

Does Tenure Matter? Factors Influencing Faculty Contributions to Institutional Repositories /
Anne M. Casey

Practice Article

Innovation Fair Abstracts, SPARC 2012 Open Access Meeting / Abstract Authors'

Theory Article

Open Access Publishing Practices in a Complex Environment: Conditions, Barriers, and Bases of Power / Thomas L. Reinsfelder

Brief Reviews of Books and Products

Developing Open Access Journals: A Practical Guide by David J. Solomon
Caitlin Bakker

Starting, Strengthening, and Managing Institutional Repositories / Jonathan A. Nabe
Therese F. Triumph

Embedding Repositories: A Guide and Self-Assessment Tool by JISC / Michele I. Wyngard

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