Group tries to outline how open access would affect scholarly publishing -- and pushes to include monographs in the discussion.
After complaints from MIT faculty and others, engineers' group rethinks policy that limits transmission of materials on an online database.
As publishers gather, university presses consider which books can attract non-academic audiences.
Google announces major expansion of its library project, bringing on 12 universities; Emory takes another approach.
Coalition involving Amazon.com seeks university libraries looking for a different way to digitize collections.
The number of published articles from the U.S. has stopped growing, according to studies from the National Science Foundation.
Legislation requiring NIH-supported research to be online and free is on fast track, encouraging those who want that requirement for all federally supported research.
University of Chicago Press reissues guide U.S. Army gave soldiers headed for Baghdad in World War II, full of advice that might have helped today.
New study cites "decline of peer review" as primary factor for decreased representation of top economics departments in major journals.
Unusual study leads to proposals for university presses to collaborate, to broaden definition of "academic publishing," and to build online capabilities.
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