The Electronic Journal: Replica of the Printed Medium or a Innovative Platform for Scholarly Communication. Alice Keller, ETH-Bibliothek Zurich Swets Blackwell Workshop Warsaw , March 2001. Replica of the Printed Medium. Online Medium with Enhanced Features.
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Alice Keller, ETH-Bibliothek Zurich
Swets Blackwell Workshop Warsaw, March 2001
Los Alamos E-Print Archive
Selected results from a Delphi-Survey
„Future development of electronic journals“
Selected Results of the Delphi Survey
Query: „Journals with peer review will represent the most important form of formal scholarly communication.“
Query: „The current situation with digital doppelgängers represents a transient period.“ (median: 2005)
Query: „When will all major subject areas be served by large preprint archives?“ (median: 2008, 20% never)
All options are possible. Possibly along side each other.
Query: „Libraries will in future offer unrestricted access to core journals through license agreements and pay-per-use access to journals of secondary importance.“
Don‘t agree 7,7%
(Not valid: 5.1.%)
Considering the variety of options and requirements it is likely that librarians will in future be confronted with a considerable range of - different publishing formats- different access models- different cost and pricing models
Choosing the right option will
be our challenge for the future