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Luce, Richard E. (2001). "E-prints Intersect the Digital Library: Inside the Los Alamos arXiv." [Artículo]. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, Invierno2001, ():.
URL: http://www.library.ucsb.edu/istl/01-winter/article3.html      
Materias:  Comunicación científica en el web 
Resumen:

"The e-print arXiv at the Los Alamos National Laboratory acts as a repository for electronic versions of papers in physics and mathematics, providing a rapid and convenient way for scientists to rapidly share their results with colleagues."


   Jacobson, Michael W. (2000). "Biomedical Publishing and the Internet. Evolution or Revolution?" [Artículo]. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 2000, 7():230-233.
URL: http://www.jamia.org/cgi/content/full/7/3/230      
Materias:  Comunicación científica en el web 
Resumen:

"The Internet is challenging traditional publishing patterns. In the biomedical domain, medical journals are providing more and more content online, both free and for a fee. Beyond this, however, a number of commentators believe that traditional notions of copyright and intellectual property ownership are no longer suited to the information age and that ownership of copyright to research reports should be and will be wrested from publishers and returned to authors. In this paper, it is argued that, although the Internet will indeed profoundly affect the distribution of biomedical research results, the biomedical publishing industry is too intertwined with the research establishment and too powerful to fall prey to such a copyright revolution."


   Van de Sompel, Herbert & Lagoze, Carl. (2000). "The Santa Fe Convention of the Open Archives Initiative." [Artículo]. D-Lib Magazine, Febrero2000, 6(2):.
URL: http://www.dlib.org/dlib/february00/vandesompel-oai/02vandesompel-oai.html      
Materias:  Comunicación científica en el web 
Resumen:

"The Open Archives initiative (OAi) promotes and encourages the development of author self-archiving solutions (also commonly called e-print systems) through the development of technical mechanisms and organizational structures to support interoperability of e-print archives. Such interoperability can stimulate the transition of e-print systems into genuine building blocks of a transformed scholarly communication model. This paper describes the Santa Fe Convention of the OAi. This is a set of relatively simple but potentially quite powerful interoperability agreements that facilitate the creation of mediator services. These services combine and process information from individual archives and offer increased functionality to support discovery, presentation and analysis of data originating from compliant archives."


   Anderson, Kent R. (2000). "From Paper to Electron. How an STM Journal Can Survive the Disruptive Technology of the Internet." [Artículo]. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, Mayo-Junio2000, 7(3):234-245.
URL: http://www.jamia.org/cgi/content/full/7/3/234      
Materias:  Comunicación científica en el web 
Resumen:

"The Internet represents a different type of technology for publishers of scientific, technical, and medical journals. It is not a technology that sustains current markets and creates new efficiencies but is, rather, a disruptive technology that could radically alter market forces, profit expectations, and business models. This paper is a translation and amplification of the research done in this area, applied to a large-circulation new science journal, Pediatrics. The findings suggest that the journal of the future will be electronic, have a less volatile cost structure, be supported more by services than by content, be less able to rely on subscription revenues, and abandon certain elements of current value networks. It also provides a possible framework for other publishers to use to evaluate their own journals relative to this disruptive technology."


   Markovitz, Barry P. (2000). "Biomedicine's Electronic Publishing Paradigm Shift. Copyright Policy and PubMed Central." [Artículo]. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 2000, 7(3):222-229.
URL: http://www.jamia.org/cgi/content/full/7/3/222      
Materias:  Comunicación científica en el web 
Resumen:

"Biomedical publishing stands at a crossroads. The traditional print, peer-reviewed, subscription journal has served science well but is now being called into question. Because of spiraling print journal costs and the worldwide acceptance of the Internet as a valid publication medium, there is a compelling opportunity to re-examine our current paradigm and future options. This report illustrates the conflicts and restrictions inherent in the current publishing model and examines how the single act of permitting authors to retain copyright of their scholarly manuscripts may preserve the quality-control function of the current journal system while allowing PubMed Central, the Internet archiving system recently proposed by the director of the National Institutes of Health, to simplify and liberate access to the world's biomedical literature."


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