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Scholarly Communication & the Internet
iCS / OII Symposium 'A Decade in Internet Time'
21-24 Sept. 2011

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  • NJ Describe UM initiative fusion library & press divisions of university open access to pdf files of books Note that UM is ‘deviant case’; most university and commercial publishers do not maintain a web platform other than for selling titles Also note other forms of innovation in university press publishing, e.g. UC Press and Mark Twain Project General point : publishers are cautiously exploring, but hardly taking advantage of web functionalities / potentials

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  • 1. Panel: Scholarly Communication and the Internet 22 Sept., Lecture Theatre, 14.00-15.45 Coordinators: Nick Jankowski, Steve Jones, Clifford Tatum
  • 2. http://digital-scholarship.ehumanities.nl/ iCS / OII Symposium Panel: Scholarly Publishing
  • 3. Panelists
    • Christine L. Borgman Scholarship in the Digital Age: Information, Infrastructure, and the Internet  
    • Steve Jones co-editor  New Media & Society ,  editor  Digital Formations  (Peter Lang).
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    • Tara McPherson editor of  Vectors: Journal of Culture and Technology in a Dynamic Vernacular  &  International Journal of Learning and Media  
    • Philip Pochoda Director, University of Michigan Press  
    • Rob Procter Adoption and Use of Web 2.0 in Scholarly Communications  
    • Clifford Tatum Openness in Scholarly Communication  
    • Paul Wouters Director, Center for Science and Technology Studies, Leiden University
    iCS / OII Symposium Panel: Scholarly Publishing
  • 4. Panel Procedures
    • Round One : Opening statements ( 5 min. / panelist )
      • ‘ queries for clarification’ (ca. 2 min/panelist)
    • Round Two : Panelist reactions ( ca. 20 min .)
    • Open Discussion ( ca. 20 min .)
    • Twitter stream
    • panel hash tag: #DigitalScholarship
    • John Willinsky: selection of tweets via Skype
    iCS / OII Symposium Panel: Scholarly Publishing
  • 5. Introduction: Potpourri of Illustrations
      • [ Interesting Initiatives]
      • Online resources
        • SAGE Journals Online
        • Routledge Online
        • Communicationspace
      • Mobile access, e.g., NM&S
      • Online-only initiatives
        • International Journal of Internet Science
        • Policy & Internet
        • First Monday
        • SAGE Open
      • [Especially Innovative]
      • Vectors , Journal  of  Culture  and  Technology  in  a  Dynamic  Vernacular
      • UM Press series digitalculturebooks
      • International Journal of Learning and Media ( IJLM )
      • Visualizing Cultures
      • Article of the Future (Elsevier / Cell Press: example article )
      • Push Pop Press, app Our Choice
    iCS / OII Symposium Panel: Scholarly Publishing
  • 6. iCS / OII Symposium Panel: Scholarly Publishing
  • 7. Vectors , Journal  of  Culture  and  Technology  in  a  Dynamic  Vernacular
  • 8. International Journal of Learning and Media ( IJLM ) iCS / OII Symposium Panel: Scholarly Publishing
  • 9. Enhancing Books: Univ. Of Mich. Press iCS / OII Symposium Panel: Scholarly Publishing
  • 10. Enhancing Scholarship: Visualizing Cultures iCS / OII Symposium Panel: Scholarly Publishing
  • 11. Conclusion: Queries
    • Can digital innovation salvage scholarly publishing, given its commercial basis?
    • How are formal & informal modes of communication blending; what dangers & affordances accompany social media in scholarly discourse?
    • How do differences in academic disciplines account for innovations in publishing?
    iCS / OII Symposium Panel: Scholarly Publishing