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    • 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 ...
    • The First-Year Experience: A Guide to Best Practices at Cornell University 

      Earle, Brian O. (2004-01-20)
      A survey of Cornell University students indicated that many feel isolated and are dissatisfied with their interactions with faculty and with other students. This paper looks at current best practices at Cornell in order ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...