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1 June 2004. Building an E-Publishing Model from the Stakeholders on Up. Susan Gibbons Asst. Dean, Public Services & Collection Development River Campus Libraries University of Rochester. Forward. Credit to Ron Dow Targeting society & association journals in humanities & social sciences

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Building an e publishing model from the stakeholders on up

1 June 2004

Building an E-Publishing Model from the Stakeholders on Up

Susan Gibbons

Asst. Dean, Public Services & Collection Development

River Campus Libraries

University of Rochester


Forward

Forward

  • Credit to Ron Dow

  • Targeting society & association journals in humanities & social sciences

  • Stakeholders  Business Models


Stakeholders expectations

Stakeholders Expectations

  • Authors

    • Reputation and impact factor

    • Peer review

    • Widest possible audience

    • Availability of print


Stakeholders expectations1

Stakeholders Expectations

  • Readers

    • Peer reviewed

    • Available electronically

    • Archiving & continued access


Stakeholders expectations2

Stakeholders Expectations

  • Editors

    • Efficient peer review

    • Copy-editing & formatting tools

    • Distribution support

    • Retain editorial control


Stakeholders expectations3

Stakeholders Expectations

  • Scholarly Societies & Associations

    • Continue publication

    • Continue funding


Stakeholders expectations4

Stakeholders Expectations

  • Subscribers

    • Fair pricing

    • Electronic access

    • Archival, paper copies

    • Identify and acquire through usual acquisition processes


Business model

Business Model

  • Adapt DSpace for epublishing

    • Electronic manuscript system

  • 4-5 Existing society & association journals in financial risk

  • Shared, subsidized technical infrastructure & staffing


Business model1

Business Model

  • Outsource subscription management & marketing

  • Current volume- online & subscription-only

    • Optional print volume

  • Back issues open-access


Business model2

Business Model

  • Results

    • Lower production costs

      • Shift paper & printing to subscriber

      • Eliminate distribution costs

      • Back-room efficiencies

      • Shared infrastructure & staffing

    • Lower subscription prices

    • Retain quality

    • Available electronically & in print

    • Increased distribution


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