Trends in transforming scholarly communication and their implications

  • Liu Z
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Abstract

Scholarly communication is undergoing transformation under the confluence of many forces. The purpose of this article is to explore trends in transforming scholarly publishing and their implications. It examines how collaboration and volume of information production were changed over the past century. It also explores how older documents are used under today's network environment where new information is easily accessible. Understanding these trends would help us design more effective electronic scholarly publishing systems and digital libraries, and serve the needs of scholars more responsively. © 2002 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • Digital library
  • Scholarly publishing

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