Scholarly communication: future perspectives.
Presented at: Leslie Morton Memorial Conference, Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK.
This paper will look at future perspectives for scholarly communication. It will look at the institutional information landscape, assess the library context, analyse the concept of Open Access, look at Open Access implementations in the UK, evaluate the strengths of the Open Access approach, identify drivers for change, speculate on possible weaknesses in the new model, and come to a conclusion on where the changes in the current scholarly communications process will lead.
|Type:||Conference item (Presentation)|
|Title:||Scholarly communication: future perspectives|
|Event:||Leslie Morton Memorial Conference|
|Location:||Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK|
|Dates:||25 February 2005|
|Open access status:||An open access version is available from UCL Discovery|
|Additional information:||Paper and presentation are available as two separate pdf files.|
|Keywords:||Open Access, Scholarly Communication, Leslie Morton, Bethesda Statement, SHERPA, Open Access Journals, Open Archive Repositories, OAI-PMH, Open Archive Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting, Romeo, DOAR, Directory of Open Access Repositories, DOAJ, Directory of Open Access Journals, Citation Analysis, Free for All?, Ian Gibson, Wellcome Trust, National Institutes of Health, NIH, National Library of Medicine, NLM, RCUK, Research Councils UK, RAE, Research Assessment Exercise, JISC, Joint Information Systems Committee, UCL, University College London, CURL, Consortium of Research Libraries|
|UCL classification:||UCL > Professional Services > Library Services|
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