New Models of Publishing
Dr Xiang Ren
The Traditional
Publishing World
Publishing
industry
Authorship
Copyright
Readership
Inspired by Angus Philips: Introducti...
The “New” Readers and
Authors
Readers
Readers +authors
Readers+ authors+
publishers
• Active, creative, and
networked read...
Copyright from Closed to Open
Crisis and Opportunities for
Publishing Industry
Research Themes
• New Value Propositions: The shift from
markets in content to markets in services that
make content usefu...
Case Studies
• Self-publishing: Chinese Online Literature,
democratizing authorship and monetizing UGC
• Open access, open...
Case Studies: Knowledge Unlatched
• A global scale action research
experiment in market
coordination for OA
• 300 librarie...
Case Studies:
Digital Publishing
in China
Thank You!
Research Fellow,
Australian Digital Futures
Institute, USQ
Xiang.ren@usq.edu.au
Twitter: #renxiangcn
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Xiang Ren New models of publishing

  1. 1. New Models of Publishing Dr Xiang Ren
  2. 2. The Traditional Publishing World Publishing industry Authorship Copyright Readership Inspired by Angus Philips: Introduction to Turning the Page. Routledge 2014
  3. 3. The “New” Readers and Authors Readers Readers +authors Readers+ authors+ publishers • Active, creative, and networked readers • Everyone publishes everything • Gatekeeping vs. readers’ collective intelligence • Removal of publisher intermediaries
  4. 4. Copyright from Closed to Open
  5. 5. Crisis and Opportunities for Publishing Industry
  6. 6. Research Themes • New Value Propositions: The shift from markets in content to markets in services that make content useful • Moving beyond closed: the sustainability, efficiency, and regulation of the “open” at scale • Coordinating Institutions and Infrastructure and supporting publishing industry • From national to global content landscapes
  7. 7. Case Studies • Self-publishing: Chinese Online Literature, democratizing authorship and monetizing UGC • Open access, open publishing, and the future of digital scholarship
  8. 8. Case Studies: Knowledge Unlatched • A global scale action research experiment in market coordination for OA • 300 libraries in 24 Countries • KU South • Big Knowledge Lab
  9. 9. Case Studies: Digital Publishing in China
  10. 10. Thank You! Research Fellow, Australian Digital Futures Institute, USQ Xiang.ren@usq.edu.au Twitter: #renxiangcn

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