Publishing and the digital library: adding value to scholarship and innovation to business
Author: Coleman, Ross
Source: Learned Publishing, Volume 22, Number 4, October 2009 , pp. 297-303(7)
Abstract:Sydney eScholarship is a framework and suite of services that enables integration of digital collections, open access repositories, and research data services with scholarly publishing. The primary platform for scholarly publishing at the University of Sydney - Sydney University Press - currently operates as part of the University Library's Sydney eScholarship program. Three sets of publishing initiatives demonstrate the integration of the digital library with scholarly publishing to deliver different forms to different audiences: (i) new publishing and the literary canons - rediscovery, customisation and critical interpretations; (ii) book and web - open access publishing; (iii) publishing in the mix - data and experimental scholarly publishing.
Document Type: Case report
Publication date: 2009-10-01
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