Re: Future models for serials (2 messages) Birdie MacLennan 08 Feb 1996 16:50 UTC
2 messages, 51 lines:
Date: Wed, 7 Feb 1996 16:07:48 PST
From: Kathleen Thorne <KATHLEEN@SJSUVM1.BITNET>
Subject: Re: Future models for serials
In-Reply-To: Message of Wed, 7 Feb 1996 18:18:07 EST from <g.black@CQU.EDU.AU>
I can't help Graham Black, but I'm sure there are a lot of us who would be
interested in both what he finds out and his article when it's completed.
Will you keep us posted, please, Graham?
Serials Cataloger in Exile
San Jose State University
Date: Thu, 8 Feb 1996 06:34:31 EST
From: Albert Henderson <70244.1532@COMPUSERVE.COM>
Subject: Future models for serials
GRAHAM BLACK wrote:
> I am preparing a paper on future models for serials for a seminar in
> March. I was wondering if any SERIALSTers could point me to any
> recent publications which have dealt with the same topic.
The following articles have appeared in PUBLISHING RESEARCH QUARTERLY:
Biological Databases: A New Scientific Literature, by Robert J Robbins, former
director of the Informatics Core of the Genome Data Base. (10,1; Spring 1994)
Electronic Journals - Market and Technology, by Dietrich Goetze of Springer
Verlag (11,1; Spring 1995)
Roadkill on the Electronic Highway, by Frank Quinn (11,2; Summer 1995)
Secondary Information Services. by Richard T. Kaser (11,2; Fall 1995)
I can also recommend reading:
Electronic Publishing of Scientific Journals, by Peter B. Boyce and Heather
Dalterio, in Physics Today, Jan. 1996
Project Elvyn, edited by Fytton Rowland et al. Bowker Saur, 1995.
I hope that's helpful. Al Henderson, Editor, Publishing Research Quarterly.