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Hot Topics:

The Endangered Monograph

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AAUP Statement on Open Access, February 2007 (PDF)

The Battle to Define the Future of the Book in the Digital World
Clifford Lynch. FirstMonday, May 28, 2001.

The Case of Scholarly Book Publishing (PDF)
Endorsed by the Academic Council on April 19, 2006. University of California.

The Future of Scholarly Communication in the Humanities: Adaptation or Transformation? (PDF)
Richard K. Johnson. Delivered at "Scholarly Journals: Our Futures in the Digital Soup," presented by the Council of Editors of Learned Journals on December 30, 2004, in conjunction with the Modern language Association Annual convention.

Google Book Search Library Project

Institute for the Future of the Book and if:book

MLA Report on Evaluating Scholarship for Tenure and Promotion, 2005 (PDF)

Open Content Alliance - FAQ

Picture Imperfect
Jennifer Howard. Research and Books, The Chronicle of Higher Education, from the issue dated August 4, 2006.

Rice University Press

Selected Findings from the MLA's 2005 Survey of Promotion and Tenure (PDF)

Sophie, Authoring for the Digital Network

U. of California Will Provide Up to 3,0000 Books a Day for Google to Scan
Information Technology, The Chronicle of Higher Education, issued dated September 8, 2006.

University of California's GAIA, the Global, Area and International Archive

Valley of the Shadows
Virginia Center for Digital History.

What Open Access Could Mean for the Humanities
Dr. Linda Hutcheon, Project Open Source | Open Access, September 2006.

Wikipedia entry, Sony Reader



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