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    • Scholarly Publishing & the Web: Considerations, Illustrations, Challenges University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences Seminar: New Media and Society 24 February 2010 Nicholas W. Jankowski Adjunct Professor, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Visiting Fellow, Virtual Knowledge Studio ( VKS ) for the Humanities & Social Sciences Amsterdam, the Netherlands [email_address]
    • Agenda
      • Introduction (ca. 10 min)
      • Presentation (Jankowski, ca. 30 min)
      • Discussion (ca. 20 min)
      24 February 2010 Scholarship & the Web
    • Scholarship & the Web
    • Scholarship & the Web
    • Books in Digital Age: Perspective Thompson, John B. (2005). Books in the Digital Age; The Transformation of Academic and Hitgher Education Publishing in Britain and the United States . Cambridge, UK: Polity
      • Chapter 12: The digital revolution and the publishing world
        • “ Which types of content lend themselves to being delivered to end users in electronic formats and why?”
        • “ Where does the use of new technologies enable content providers to add real value to their content, value which is sufficiently important for end users…that they are willing to pay for it?”
      • Potential added Values (NJ modified)
        • Hypertext links, internal & external
        • Textual revisions, updating (updatability)
        • Resources: datasets, tools, expertise
        • Portal function
        • visualizations: color, dynamic
        • Search function
        • Commentary, exchange, interactivity
        • Community-forming, collaboration
      24 February 2010 Scholarship & the Web
    • new media & society
      • (the old) (the new)
      Scholarship & the Web 24 February 2010
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    • Scholarship & the Web 24 February 2010
    • Scholarship & the Web 24 February 2010
    • Scholarship & the Web 24 February 2010
    • Scholarship & the Web 24 February 2010
    • Scholarship & the Web 24 February 2010
    • In Media Res Scholarship & the Web 24 February 2010
    • Scholarship & the Web 24 February 2010
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    • International Journal of Learning and Media ( IJLM ) Scholarship & the Web 24 February 2010
    • International Journal of Learning and Media Scholarship & the Web 24 February 2010
    • Article of the Future: Prototype 1 Scholarship & the Web 24 February 2010
    • Article of the Future: 2 Scholarship & the Web 24 February 2010
    • Article of the Future: 3 ( Prototype 2 ) Scholarship & the Web 24 February 2010
    • Article of the Future: 4 Scholarship & the Web 24 February 2010
    • Summary
      • Stability and change
      • (desperate) need for theoretical perspective
      • e.g.….
        • openness…open access…making public…public sphere
        • ‘ prosumer’
      Scholarship & the Web 24 February 2010
    • Scholarship & the Web 24 February 2010
    • Scholarship & the Web 24 February 2010
    • Discussion 24 February 2010 Scholarship & the Web