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Scholarly publishing on the electronic networks, the new generation : visions and opportunities in not-for-profit publishing

Author: Ann Okerson; American Mathematical Society.; National Science Foundation (U.S.)
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Office of Scientific and Academic Publishing, Association of Research Libraries, 1993.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Okerson; American Mathematical Society.; National Science Foundation (U.S.)
ISBN: 0918006619 9780918006615
OCLC Number: 237159233
Notes: "Proceedings of the second symposium, December 5-8, 1992, The Washington Vista Hotel, Washington, DC."
"In collaboration with American Mathematical Society, National Science Foundation."
Title on cover: Visions and opportunities in electronic publishing.
Description: 175 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Contents: Yuri Rubinsky: Electronic texts the day after tomorrow. --
Daniel L. Solomon: Starting a new journal in statistics education. --
Drew R. Burton [et al.]: Hands-on internet tutorial session: a summary. --
Bernard Rous: Electronic publishing; a five-year plan. --
Michael E. Van Steenberg: Stellar: an experiment in the electronic distribution of astronomical literature. --
Timothy Stephen & Teresa M. Harrison: Comserve: an electronic community for communication scholars. --
Susan Hockey: Encoding standards; SGML and the text encoding initiative: what and why? --
Evan Owens: Electronic test & scholarly publishers: how & why? --
Kenneth Arnold: The scholarly monograph is dead; ling live the scholarly monograph. --
Elli Mylonas: The Perseus project. --
John A. Koenig [et al.]: The AMS electronic publishing experiment: a new vision of the scientific journal. --
Robert L. Oakley: Copyright and electronic publishing. --
David Seaman: The electronic text center; on-line archive of electronic texts at the University of Virginia Libraries. --
Joseph J. Esposito: Towards a strategy for electronic publishing. --
AT&T [et al]: Press release on the Red Sage progect. --
Guy A. Story: The rightpages image-based electronic library for alerting and browsing. --
American Astronomical Society: Electronic publishing in astronomy; projects and plans of the AAS. --
Scott Yanoff: Special internet connections.
Other Titles: Visions and opportunities in electronic publishing.
Responsibility: Ann Okerson, editor.

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