By National Research Council, Policy and Global Affairs, Engineering, and Public Policy Committee on Science, Technical, and Medical Journal Publishing Committee on Electronic Scientific
This record is the lawsuits of a 2003 symposium on "Electronic medical, Technical, and clinical magazine Publishing and Its Implications," which introduced jointly specialists in STM publishing, either manufacturers and clients of those guides, to: (1) establish the hot technical adjustments in publishing, and different elements, that effect the choices of magazine publishers to supply journals electronically; (2) determine the wishes of the medical, engineering, and clinical group as clients of journals, no matter if digital or published; (3) talk about the responses of not-for-profit and advertisement STM publishers and of alternative stakeholders within the STM group to the possibilities and demanding situations posed via the shift to digital publishing; and (4) learn the spectrum of proposals that has been placed forth to answer the desires of clients because the publishing shifts to digital info creation and dissemination.
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Of course, the overriding question for this symposium is what impact the digital publishing world is going to have on science itself, that is, on the 20 BUSINESS MODELS AND REVENUE 21 scientific enterprise. For instance, how are different business and access models going to affect the quality and productivity of science, collaboration at a distance, access for developing countries, the professional review and career process, peer review, and other aspects of scientific research? The discussion that follows looks at the major business models from several stakeholder perspectives.
Libraries have always assumed that the material they pay for will last indefinitely, and users will be able to have long-term access to it. The movement to electronic-only suggests two requirements. One is that repositories of electronic journals must be robust, even though currently they are less than optimal. The other is that libraries licensing journals on behalf of their users will want continued access to those e-resources even after their paid access to a given journal stops for some reason.
It intends to be very selective from the beginning; it is selective not just on the basis of whether the article is good enough to be published somewhere else, but in selecting papers that are likely to be of interest to a very wide audience, precisely because the PLoS considers that this is going to be important in terms of developing the journal identity and as a magnet for submissions. BUSINESS MODELS AND REVENUE 35 Page charges not a disincentive to authors. If we go to a model where the institutions are covering page charges as an essential part of research, it will make it even less of a disincentive to authors.
Electronic Scientific, Technical, Medical Journal Publishing by National Research Council, Policy and Global Affairs, Engineering, and Public Policy Committee on Science, Technical, and Medical Journal Publishing Committee on Electronic Scientific