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Filling the pipeline and paying the piper : proceedings of the fourth symposium, November 5-7, 1994, the Washington Vista Hotel, Washington, DC

Author: Ann Okerson; Association of Research Libraries.; Association of American University Presses.
Publisher: Washington, DC : Association of Research Libraries, Office of Scientific & Academic Pub., 1995.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
Washington (DC, 1994)
Congresses
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Okerson; Association of Research Libraries.; Association of American University Presses.
ISBN: 0918006252 9780918006257
OCLC Number: 32083852
Description: 251 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: A synopsis of the symposium / Jinnie Davis --
Keynote: Is school out? Is academic publishing out? / Lewis J. Perelman --
Frankenstein redux: organization and cultivation of electronic scholarship / Michael Eleey --
The labyrinth: a world wide web disciplinary server for medieval studies / Deborah Everhart and Martin Irvine --
Scholarly publishing in the information economy / Sandra Braman --
Pricing electronic products / Colin Day --
Innovation in cost recovery / Andrea Keyhani --
Electronic journals, libraries, and university presses / Jean-Claude Guedon --
Some FAQs about usage-based pricing / Hal R. Varian and Jeffrey K. MacKie Mason --
The combined AAUP online catalog/bookstore project: server design / Bruce H. Barton --
The AAUP online catalog project: a progress report / Chuck Creesy --
Campus publishing in standardized electronic formats--HTML and TEI / David Seaman --
Project Muse: tackling 40 journals / Susan Lewis and Todd Kelley --
Publishig e-prints, preprints, and journals in the sciences / Bob Kelly --
Riding the aftershocks: the Galileo project / Elizabeth Burr --
Towards an e-MED: converting the Middle English dictionary into an electronic version / Henk Aertsen --
Scholarly communications project: publishers and libraries / Gail McMillan --
Five societies: one journal project / Keith Seitter --
Naming the namable: names, versions, and document identity in a networked environment / David Levy --
The Berkeley finding aids project: standards in navigation / Daniel V. Pitti --
Research into the reward system of scholarship: where does scholarly electronic publishing get you? / Julene Butler --
Scientific scholarly publishing: a draft proposal / David L. Rodgers --
Multimedia patent and copyright issues: the need for lawmakers to be multimedia literate / Fred T. Hofstetter --
The U.S. government's interest in copyright and fair use (Executive summary of the report of the NII Working Group on Intellectual Property Rights) / Terri Southwick --
Will we need fair use in the twenty-first century? / Georgia Harper --
Access to digital objects: a communications law perspective / Patrice A. Lyons --
Virtual publication and the fair use concept / John Lawrence.
Other Titles: Scholarly publishing on the electronic networks, 1994
Responsibility: [sponsored by] Association of Research Libraries, Association of American University Presses in collaboration with the University of Virginia Library, the Johns Hopkins University Press, the American Physical Society ; Ann Okerson, editor.

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