Scholarly Communication

Abstract : The chapter tackles the role of scholarly publication in the research process (quality, preservation) and looks at the consequences of new information technologies in the organization of the scholarly communication ecology. It will then show how new technologies have had an impact on the scholarly communication process and made it depart from the traditional publishing environment. Developments will address new editorial processes, dissemination of new content and services, as well as the development of publication archives. This last aspect will be covered on all levels (open access, scientific, technical and legal aspects). A view on the possible evolutions of the scientific publishing environment will be provided.
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Laurent Romary. Scholarly Communication. Mehler, Alexander and Romary, Laurent. Handbook of Technical Communication, de Gruyter, 2012, 978-3-11-022494-8. ⟨inria-00593677⟩

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