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Electronic Journals, the Internet, and Scholarly Communication
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ARIST Volume 37, ISSN 0066-4200

Abstract

Examines the role of the Internet in supporting scholarly communication via electronic journals. Topics include scholarly electronic communication; a typology of electronic journals; models of electronic documents and scholarly communication forums; publication speed; costs; pricing; access and searching; citations; interactivity; archiving and cataloging; plagiarism; usefulness of electronic journals; and peer review. (Contains 71 references.) (LRW)

Citation

Kling, R. & Callahan, E. (2003). Electronic Journals, the Internet, and Scholarly Communication. Annual Review of Information Science and Technology (ARIST), 37, 127. Retrieved January 28, 2020 from .

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