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Electronic Publishing on Networks: A Selective Bibliography of Recent Works

By Jr. Charles W. Bailey

Abstract

Despite a variety of problems, electronic publishing on BITNET, Internet, and other networks is experiencing vigorous growth as scholars experiment with FTP archives, list servers, WAIS servers, and other technological tools in order to reinvent scholarly publishing. This bibliography presents selected sources, in both paper and electronic form, that are useful in understanding network-based electronic publishing. A limited number of sources that deal with broader electronic publishing topics, such as intellectual property rights, multimedia systems, standards, and virtual libraries, are also included; however, this bibliography does not provide an in-depth treatment of the large and diverse body of literature that deals with electronic publishing as a whole. In order to focus on recent developments, it does not cover sources published prior to 1989 (most sources are from 1990 to the present)

Topics: Cataloging and Classification of Electronic Information, Copyright, Digital Libraries, Economics of Electronic Publishing, Electronic Books, Electronic Journals, Electronic Publishing, Electronic Texts, Integrity of Electronic Information, Cataloging and Classification of Electronic Information, Copyrights, Digital libraries, Economics of Electronic Publishing, Electronic Books, Electronic Journals, Electronic Publishing, Electronic Texts, Integrity of Electronic Information
Publisher: The Public-Access Computer Systems Review
Year: 1992
OAI identifier: oai:uh-ir.tdl.org:10657/5138
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