Successful journal publishing on the Internet: hit or myth?
Abstract:If publishers of learned journals are going to make a success of their web publishing, they should not forget all the skills they have developed in publishing in print. This paper reviews the application of familiar journal publishing skills in the context of electronic journals or electronic editions of printed journals, and pinpoints areas where these skills apply in web publishing and where new skills are necessary.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: April 1, 1997
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