Scholarly Communication in the Next Millennium

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Canadian Journal of Communication Corporation, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 242 pages
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Profound changes in the production, acquisition and use of scientific and scholarly knowledge have occurred since World War II.

Scholarly Communication in the Next Millennium explores a rich mosaic of issues — from technical to ethical; science to humanities; authors to readers; students to scholars — presented by electronic publishers, information specialists, librarians, government officials, scholars, scholars’ associations, business consultants and researchers in the field.

Their inspired considerations and recommendations are presented here along with a synopsis of the policy priorities and actions recommended by the participants.

Scholarly Communication in the Next Millennium: Selected Papers from Canada’s Policy Conference, a special issue of the Canadian Journal of Communication (Vol. 22, No. 3/4), is essential reading for anyone concerned with the future of scholarly publishing and the effects of electronic technology.

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Contents

Papers
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Scholarly Communication
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Making Information Actionable ROBERTA LAMB
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Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Gilbert is professor and coordinator of Health Sciences, University of British Columbia.

Rowland Lorimer is the Director of the Centre for Canadian Studies at Simon Fraser University and co-founder of the Canadian Centre for Studies in Publication. Jean McNulty received her doctorate at Simon Fraser University, taught communications at York University, and currently works with the
Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communication.

Patrick is university librarian at the U. of British Columbia.

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