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EDUCAUSE Now - #27 - 1) New Skills Needed for IT 2) Seven Disciplines, Seven Ways to Publish
May 13, 2010

This month on EDUCAUSE Now : In the age of the cloud, technical skills no longer provide a sufficient base for a successful IT career. We talk with higher ed IT leaders to discover what compet…

Income models for Open Access: An overview of current practice
September 28, 2009

“Income models for Open Access: An overview of current practice” examines the use of supply-side revenue streams (such as article processing fees, advertising) and demand-side models …

What to Withdraw: Print Collections Management in the Wake of Digitization
September 29, 2009

 As journals are increasingly accessed in digitized form, many libraries have grown interested in de-accessioning little-used print originals; but desires to repurpose space often come into…

CNI Podcast: David Lewis on Integrating Scholarly Communication Tools
April 19, 2010

The Big Digital Machine (BDM) is the name for a concept that aggregates and integrates a set of capabilities to provide universities the ability to manage their scholarly output. In this int…

CNI Podcast: Stephen Davis on Turning Curators Into Web Publishers
April 16, 2010

Columbia University Libraries, like most research libraries, continues to digitize and publish parts of its collections deemed to be of value to researchers and scholars. Recently, however, the o…

CNI Podcast: Sue Kriegsman on Open Access Policies at Harvard
April 16, 2010

So far, five schools at Harvard University have adopted open access policies for scholarly publishing. In this conversation, Sue Kriegsman , Program Manager for the Office for Scholarly Commun…

The Future of Scholarly Journals Publishing Among Social Science and Humanities Associations
February 18, 2009

This report uses eight flagship titles as the initial basis for a detailed review of the business issues affecting HSS journals. The results may be helpful to those considering the future of thei…

Reinventing academic publishing online. Part I: Rigor, relevance and practice
August 20, 2009

While current computing practice abounds with innovations like online auctions, blogs, wikis, twitter, social networks and online social games, few if any genuinely new theories have taken root i…

Federal Research Public Access Act of 2009
June 29, 2009

An update and analysis of the Federal Research Public Access Act of 2009 from the Association of Research Libraries. An update and analysis of th…

Split Over Open Access
June 4, 2009

10 university press directors back requirements for free online versions of federally sponsored research -- even as presses' association fights to end such a requirement. …