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Barbara Lindsey

danah boyd | apophenia » open-access is the future: boycott locked-down acade... - 0 views

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    From 2008
Barbara Lindsey

The Future of Peer Review | TechCrunch - 0 views

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    fall 2012 syllabus
Barbara Lindsey

elearnspace › A Comparison of an Open Access University Press with Traditiona... - 0 views

  • Results suggest that there is no significant difference in the Amazon rankings. This suggests that releasing academic books on open access does not lessen printed book sales online in comparison with traditional university presses using Amazon.com and Amazon.ca rankings. On the other hand, AUPress, because it is open access and publicly available at no cost, can boast of having a significantly larger readership for its books. The traditional university presses, because of their cost, print-only format, and other proprietary limitations are not readily available and therefore not accessible to many potential readers.
  • if you’re publishing, think beyond the financial impact of a book. Consider peripheral factors such as extending the reach of your work and non-monetary reward factors such as connecting with colleagues in emerging economies, speaking invitations, collaboration opportunities, etc.
Barbara Lindsey

do and design - How do you do? - 0 views

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    fall 2011 syllabus
Barbara Lindsey

The New Academic Publishing: Digital First | Spotlight on Digital Media and Learning - 1 views

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    for 2011 syllabus
Barbara Lindsey

Bloomsbury Academic | Innovative Content - 0 views

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    Berlin Academic launches electronic publishing using Creative Commons licensing
Barbara Lindsey

Flat World Knowledge Launches Open Textbook Internship Program - Creative Commons - 0 views

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    Flat World Knowledge uses students as grassroots advocacy tool to change higher ed publishing practices and student textbook access and cost.
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