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  • Incubating Open Journals in Economics 

    Getz, Malcolm (Internet-First University Press, 2005-10-20)
    As open journals become intellectual successes, they will come to substitute for subscription-based journals. The entry of two new journals specializing in economic theory, one a commercial subscription journal and the ...
  • Immigrants and the Community: Community Perspectives 

    Pfeffer, Max J.; Parra, Pilar A. (Cornell University, 2005-10)
    As related in our previous reports, the populations of many rural New York communities are becoming more ethnically diverse. This diversification became especially noticeable in the 1990s with the upsurge in Mexican ...
  • Immigrants and the Community: Former Farmworkers 

    Pfeffer, Max J.; Para, Pilar A. (Cornell University, 2005-09)
    Many upstate New York communities have experienced population loss and decline in the last decade. Increasing numbers of immigrants have settled in many of these communities, which poses possible community development ...
  • Immigrants and the Community: Farmworkers with Families 

    Parra, Pilar A.; Pfeffer, Max J. (Cornell University, 2005-04)
    America's hired farm workforce has changed considerably in the last decade. The most apparent change has been its "latinization" during the past two decades. This is largely a consequence of large numbers of Mexicans ...
  • Open Scholarship and Research Universities 

    Getz, Malcolm (Internet-First University Press, 2005-05-18)
    Compare the cost per article for publication in commercial journals, not-profit journals, and open-access journals. For universities that support open-archives and open-access journal management software as part of standard ...
  • Project Euclid and the ArXiv: Complimentary and Contrasting Elements for Sustainability 

    Hickerson, H. Thomas (2005-01-10)
    New models of sustainability are evolving for the development and dissemination of scholarly information, but viable options are dependent on stable organizational foundations and sound managerial and financial models. ...
  • Immigrants and the Community 

    Pfeffer, Max J.; Para, Pilar A. (Cornell University, 2004-11)
    Many upstate New York communities have experienced population loss and decline in the last decade. Increasing numbers of immigrants have settled in many of these communities, which poses possible community development ...
  • Building an E-Publishing Model from the Stakeholders on Up 

    Gibbons, Susan (Internet-First University Press, 2004-06-01)
    Develop a business model to adapt DSpace for e-publishing..
  • Open-Access Scholarly Publishing 

    Getz, Malcolm (Internet-First University Press, 2004-06-01)
    Can open-access scholarship succeed? Should open-access scholarship succeed? The goals are to lower costs and increase access. Four topics are reviewed: 1) Three Fundamental Ideas 2) Transition from Paper to ...
  • Responsible Publishing 

    Wittenberg, Kate (Internet-First University Press, 2004-06-01)
    Responsible Publishing: Thinking Creatively and Collaboratively. Breaking Down Traditional Publishing Categories: Books, Journals, Databases, Grey Literature, Teaching Resources Creating New Alliances with Scholars, ...
  • Developing an Institutionally-funded Publishing Channel: Context & Considerations for Key Issues 

    Crow, Raym (Internet-First University Press, 2004-06-01)
    The purpose of this presentation is to explore the viability of direct institutional funding for publishing faculty research, and to define a practical publishing mechanism by which to implement the model.
  • Workshop on Scholarly Publishing: Remarks during Open Session 

    Neal, James G. (Internet-First University Press, 2004-06-01)
    A discussion of Scholarly Communication issues and concerns.
  • Workshop on Sustainable Models for University-based Scholarly Publishing 

    Cooke, J. Robert (Internet-First University Press, 2004-06-01)
    The purpose of this presentation is to explore financially sustainable and effective approaches to scholarly communications for and by higher education, to identify shared interests, and to facilitate multi-campus ...
  • Creating a Sustainable Scholarly Communication System 

    King, Kenneth M. (Internet-First University Press, 2004-05-27)
    The current process of scholarly publication is widely regarded as unsustainable. Ensuring that scholarly information remains accessible to the world's scholars will require the work of a consortium of major research ...
  • Developing an Institutionally-Funded Publishing Channel: Context and Considerations for Key Issues 

    Crow, Raym (Internet-First University Press, 2004-06-31)
    Cornell's Internet First University Press (IFUP) seeks to explore the practical viability of direct institutional funding for serial and monographic publication of an institution?s faculty research. To effect fundamental ...
  • Open-Access Scholarly Publishing in Economic Perspective 

    Getz, Malcolm (Internet-First University Press, 2004-06-11)
    What is the prospect for migrating scholarly journals from paper to digital formats in a way that lowers university expenditures? Although many journals are published digitally, at least so far, the digital format ...
  • List of Attendees for the Workshop on 'Sustainable Models for University-based Scholarly Publishing' 

    Cooke, J. Robert (Internet-First University Press, 2004-06-01)
    List of Attendees for the Workshop on 'Sustainable Models for University-based Scholarly Publishing'.
  • Workshop on 'Sustainable Models for University-based Scholarly Publishing' 

    Cooke, J. Robert (Internet-First University Press, 2004-06-01)
    Agenda for the Workshop on 'Sustainable Models for University-based Scholarly Publishing' from June 01, 2004.

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