Scholarly Societies, Scholarly Publishing, and the New Information Ecology
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Brandon Nordin (speaker), Kathleen Fitzpatrick (speaker), Steven C. Wheatley (speaker), Robert Kieft (moderator)

Brandon Nordin (speaker), Kathleen Fitzpatrick (speaker), Steven C. Wheatley (speaker), Robert Kieft (moderator)

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Scholarly Societies, Scholarly Publishing, and the New Information Ecology Scholarly Societies, Scholarly Publishing, and the New Information Ecology Presentation Transcript

  • Scholarly Societies in the New Ecology Kathleen Fitzpatrick // @kfitz kfitzpatrick at mla dot org
  • “the Modern Language Association... was the lone publisher to offer full support for a new model for scholarly communication.” (Clobridge)
  • Royal Society of London
  • communication
  • scholars
  • libraries
  • societies
  • precarious
  • budgets
  • commercial publishers
  • web
  • individual
  • open access
  • chaos
  • unsustainable
  • free
  • stalemate
  • membership
  • value proposition
  • participate
  • Thank you. Kathleen Fitzpatrick // @kfitz kfitzpatrick at mla dot org