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Scholarly Publishing in the New Era of Scarcity - Part 1

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Uploaded on Jul 2, 2009

Michael Jensen, Director of Strategic Web Communications at National Academies Press, posits "an inconvenient truth" for scholarly publishers, and advocates that they restructure their business model toward a new environmentally friendly and economically efficient digital-primary, open-access (OA) model, including seeking support and partnership from their home universities and institutions, due to the urgency of environmental and economic collapse foreseen in the next ten years. Speech given at the Association of American University Presses Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, June 20, 2009.

Full text of presentation, with links, at
http://www.nap.edu/staff/mjensen/scar...

See also http://www.nap.edu, http://www.aaupnet.org, and http://www.apocadocs.com.

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