4 edition of Current problems of publishing scholarly monographs in the United Kingdom found in the catalog.
Current problems of publishing scholarly monographs in the United Kingdom
A. J. Meadows
by Primary Communications Research Center, University of Leicester in [Leicester]
Written in English
Microfiche. Boston Spa, Wetherby, West Yorkshire : British Library Lending Division, 1977. 1 microfiche : negative ; 11 x 15 cm.
|Series||BLRDR ;, no. 5383, British Library research & development reports ;, report no. 5383.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2502, no. 5383 (T)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||84194265|
Scholarly communication and STM publishing 1. STM publishing takes place within the broader system of scholarly communication, which includes both formal and informal elements. Scholarly communication plays different roles at different stages of the research cycle, and (like publishing) is undergoing technology-driven change. The AAUP Digital Monograph Costing Tool was created by Nancy Maron and Kim Schmelzinger, co-authors of the February Ithaka S+R study, “The Costs of Publishing Scholarly Monographs,” on which the tool is based. A grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation supported the creation of the tool and accompanying documentation.
Overall, the ratio of scholarly monographs as secondary sources to articles in was approximately three to one. This is comparable to the results found by Knievel and Kellsey () when they examined citations in American Historical Review for Air University Press (AU Press), part of the Air Force Research Institute (AFRI), is the publishing agent for Air University (AU). Since , it has edited, published, and distributed over million student papers, curriculum texts, faculty research pieces, journals, and scholarly books to further military thought critical to the intellectual growth of the US military and the decision.
The latest Jisc survey on the attitudes of academics in the humanities and social sciences to open-access monograph publishing makes an interesting contribution to this debate, showing how central Author: Melissa Terras. Features. The emergence of open science or open research has brought to light a number of controversial and hotly-debated topics.. Scholarly publishing invokes various positions and passions. For example, authors may spend hours struggling with diverse article submission systems, often converting document formatting between a multitude of journal and conference .
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The publishing of electronic scholarly monographs and textbooks in the United Kingdom. Given the international nature of academic publishing, and the fact that the current status of academic book publishing.
The study offers a description of theCited by: The below list primarily consists of publishers, societies, institutions, collectives, and initiatives that publish open access monographs. Also included are databases for accessing open access electronic theses and dissertations (ETDs).
Publishers Useful for accessing open access books or selecting a publisher for your manuscript. Some have author fees (book publishing charges). The current scholarly publishing process is completely illogical from an access point of view.
Many academics spend years researching and writing a scholarly book, but then find themselves either without a publishing outlet or with relatively few sales, and Cited by: asking about their scholarly monograph, regional, and trade publi shing programs.
Among the thirty - one respondents, regional publishing was found to be strong, and serious nonfiction or trade books had increased on university press lists from to Presses reported publishing fewer scholarly monographs during the period to Founded in by George F.
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the publishing of electronic scholarly monographs and textbooks in the United Kingdom. Given the international nature of academic publishing, and the fact that the professional literature suggested a higher incidence of activity within North America, the study was extended to encompass publishing beyond the UK.
This afforded a. Monograph Publishing is a multi-dimensional publishing company based in St. Louis, Missouri. We specialize in producing high quality publications of a variety of topics, including but not limited to sports, art, photography, and history as well as children's topics.
With our strong background in design and photography, we assure that each book that we publish is graphically attractive and. In An Author's Guide to Scholarly Publishing, Robin Derricourt divides his energy between informing potential authors about the ins and outs of scholarly publishing and training them to be the kinds of writers scholarly publishers enjoy working 12 years the publishing director for Cambridge University Press (in England and Australia) and a published academician himself, Cited by: 9.
The nature of the general publishing context of scholarly monographs and textbooks was investigated to ascertain the current status of academic book publishing. The study offers a description of the structure of electronic monograph publishing, addressing such issues as incidence of provision, management structures, costing mechanisms.
Founded in by George F. Johnson, IAP is a social science publisher of academic and scholarly book series and journals. IAP's goal is to develop a comprehensive list of book series, monographs and journals that break down and define specific niches that lack high-level research material in the fields of Education and Management.
In the first two blog posts in this series on open access monograph publishing, we looked at the current research and publishing landscape (Taylor, b) and saw how funders and institutions increasingly want to measure and analyse the impact and scholarly value of research is clear that an OA model can have a positive effect on usage and.
Mary Anne Kennan, Kim M. Thompson, in Research Methods (Second Edition), Monographs. Research monographs can be reformatted editions of dissertations, theses, or other significant research reports.
Monographs are published by university presses and commercial scholarly publishers. A point of difference is that authors may get a royalty payment for. 'Eve’s book gives a synoptic and multi-layered overview of many of the different factors at play in scholarly communication in the humanities, and offers valuable suggestions about how a transition to open access in the humanities might take better account of these factors, bringing much needed critical and constructive reflection to the contemporary pursuit of a long held Cited by: Established Reputation and Prestige.
For two centuries Taylor & Francis has been fully committed to the publication of scholarly information of the highest quality, and today this remains the primary goal. Your book will become part of an exceptional list that includes books by many of the greatest thinkers and scholars of the past hundred years, as well as great contemporary minds.
Here we consider the OA business model employed by our company, Open Book Publishers (OBP), 3 based in the United Kingdom. We first outline how publication of OA monographs redresses problems of reach and dissemination inherent to traditional publishing practices for academic : Rupert Gatti, Marc Mierowsky.
From PR to profits: the problems with publishing Author and blogger Penelope Trunk's post on the problems with the publishing's marketing strategies, and the rules of play for the industry in an.
In in an article in The Chronicle I identified a new trend in American university press publishing where, unlike the s during which the total output of titles was expanding and the number of monographs published did not decrease (see Herbert Bailey’s study on press output for the ACLS and AAUP in the 80s), the midlist titles being.
The Journal of Scholarly Publishing targets the unique issues facing the scholarly publishing industry today. It is the indispensable resource for academics and publishers that addresses the new challenges resulting from changes in technology, funding and innovations in publishing.
In serving the wide-ranging interests of the international academic publishing community, JSP. Pages in category "Book publishing companies of the United Kingdom" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately total.
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Until further notice, only a very limited supply of titles are available for fulfillment in hard copy. Some titles are available in digital form from. a negative effect on scholarly publishing and university presses.
This served to frame the discussion of the crisis in scholarly publishing through much of the late s and provided part of the rationale for the AHA’s Gutenberg-e program.5 The STM effect was just one of the problems that afflicted university press-es over the past few years.The Journal of Scholarly Publishing is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal publishing research and resources for publishers, editors, authors, and marketers in the academic publishing industry, focusing on technological changes, funding, and issues affecting scholarly publishing.
It is published by the University of Toronto Press four times a line: Academic publishing. The literature on electronic publishing reveals that scant attention has been paid to the area of scholarly monographs.
This paper reports on a study into the nature and provision of electronic scholarly monographs and textbooks in the UK. Following a brief description of the methodology, publishing structures are reviewed; the physical characteristics of electronic .