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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

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

Replica of the Printed Medium


Online medium with enhanced features

Online Medium with Enhanced Features


Interactive platform with innovative features

Interactive Platform with Innovative Features


Or no peer reviewed journals at all

Or, no peer-reviewed journals at all?

Los Alamos E-Print Archive


Replica or innovative platform

Replica or Innovative Platform?

  • EZB: January 2001: 8.000 Title entries

    • 74% STM-Journals

    • 26% Social Sciences, Art & Humanities

    • 89% Doppelgänger (print + online publications)

  • Will e-journals remain replicas of the printed medium or will they become innovative scholarly communication platforms?


Alice keller eth bibliothek zurich swets blackwell workshop warsaw march 2001

Selected results from a Delphi-Survey

„Future development of electronic journals“

(Jan-Dec 99)

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Feedback

Feedback


The expert panel

The Expert Panel

  • International expert panel, 45 specialists


Selected results of the delphi survey

Selected Results of the Delphi Survey


Alice keller eth bibliothek zurich swets blackwell workshop warsaw march 2001

Query: „Journals with peer review will represent the most important form of formal scholarly communication.“


Alice keller eth bibliothek zurich swets blackwell workshop warsaw march 2001

Query: „The current situation with digital doppelgängers represents a transient period.“ (median: 2005)


Alice keller eth bibliothek zurich swets blackwell workshop warsaw march 2001

Query: „When will all major subject areas be served by large preprint archives?“ (median: 2008, 20% never)


The journal of the future

The Journal of the Future

  • Customised collections of articles, put together according to the users’ personal interest profiles.

  • Articles will be tagged with quality labels and stored in large knowledge environments.

  • Articles will be replaced by dynamic information objects that represent versions of a paper over time.

     All options are possible. Possibly along side each other.


Access model

Access model

Query: „Libraries will in future offer unrestricted access to core journals through license agreements and pay-per-use access to journals of secondary importance.“

Agree 87,2%

Don‘t agree 7,7%

(Not valid: 5.1.%)


Alice keller eth bibliothek zurich swets blackwell workshop warsaw march 2001

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


The end

The End

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