Tuesday, September 13, 2016 from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Eastern Time
Scholarly information has never been more accessible. In addition to traditional print, there are numerous online platforms, ILL programs, and even piracy websites that all offer researchers more access to knowledge than ever before. Moreover, end users have more choices about how to search for and receive information-rather than whole works or individual journals, one can choose a chapter, an article, a section, or even a page to buy, download, or use. How does this piecemeal approach affect scholarly publishing? In this webinar we take a fresh look at the ways that packaging and use-trends affect how publishers and librarians acquire and manage knowledge.
- Tom Beyer, PubFactory Platform
- Elizabeth Demers, Senior Acquisitions Editor for History and American Studies at Johns Hopkins University Press
- Wendy Queen, Director, Project MUSE
- Vivian Berghahn, Managing Director and Journals Editorial Director, Berghahn Books
- Sayeed Choudhury