[Humanist] 29.701 pubs: history; Journal of Scholarly Publishing

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Tue Feb 9 07:18:36 CET 2016


                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 29, No. 701.
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  [1]   From:    Enrico Natale <enrico.natale at infoclio.ch>                 (17)
        Subject: Living Books about History

  [2]   From:    UTP Journals <thawkic551 at rogers.com>                      (55)
        Subject: New issue of Journal of Scholarly Publishing is now
                available online with Project Muse


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        Date: Mon, 8 Feb 2016 15:43:11 +0100
        From: Enrico Natale <enrico.natale at infoclio.ch>
        Subject: Living Books about History


Living Books about History
http://www.livingbooksabouthistory.ch/en/

http://infoclio.ch/ infoclio.ch is pleased to present its new project: Living Books about History  http://www.livingbooksabouthistory.ch/en/ .

Living Books about History is a collection of digital anthologies on current research topics. Each book contains an original essay by an editor  http://www.livingbooksabouthistory.ch/en/authors   as well as a selection of texts and sources. Contributions include articles, images, videos, websites, or recordings that already exist freely accessible on the Internet.

The project is a new form of scientific publication that explores the possibilities offered by the digital medium. It updates the model of the anthology by virtually bringing together scientific articles and resources of interest or unjustly forgotten material. Readers can contribute to the Living Books about History by suggesting further contributions.

All Living Books about History are available in their original language as well as in English.

www.livingbooksabouthistory.ch

Enrico Natale
infoclio.ch
Hirschengraben 11
Postfach 6811
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Tel: +41 31 311 75 72

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        Date: Mon, 8 Feb 2016 14:45:27 +0000
        From: UTP Journals <thawkic551 at rogers.com>
        Subject: New issue of Journal of Scholarly Publishing is now available online with Project Muse


The new issue of Journal of Scholarly Publishing (47.2) is now available online with Project Muse at http://bit.ly/JSP472Muse and on JSPOnline at http://bit.ly/jsp472
Journal of Scholarly Publishing
Volume 47, Number 2, January 2016

ARTICLES

Farewell Note from the Editor
Tom Radko

>> http://bit.ly/JSP472Ma
>> http://bit.ly/JSP472a

The Price of University Press Books, 2012-14
Albert N. Greco and Alana M. Spendley

>> http://bit.ly/JSP472Mb
>> http://bit.ly/JSP472b

The Research Contributions of Editorial Board Members in Library and Information Science
William H. Walters

>> http://bit.ly/JSP472Mc
>> http://bit.ly/JSP472c

Publishing Undergraduate Research: Linking Teaching and Research through a Dedicated Peer-Reviewed Open Access Journal
Graham Stone, Kathrine Jensen, and Megan Beech

>> http://bit.ly/JSP472Md
>> http://bit.ly/JPS472d

How Much Are PhD Students Publishing before Graduation?: An Examination of Four Social Science Disciplines
Trevan Hatch and Antonius Skipper

>> http://bit.ly/JSP472Me
>> http://bit.ly/JSP472e

What We Still Don't Know About Peer Review
Omar Sabaj Meruane, Carlos González Vergara, and Álvaro Pina-Stranger

>> http://bit.ly/JSP472Mf
>> http://bit.ly/JSP472f

A Letter to the Editor: Comment, Reply, and Etiquette
Stephen K. Donovan

>>  http://bit.ly/JSP472Mg
>> http://bit.ly/JSP472g

Book Reviews

Write It Up: Practical Strategies for Writing and Publishing Journal Articles, by Paul J. Silvia

>> http://bit.ly/JSP472Mi
>> http://bit.ly/JSP472i

The Transom: Adios, by William W. Savage, Jr.

>> http://bit.ly/JSP472Mh
>> http://bit.ly/JSP472h

Available online:
JSP Online >> http://bit.ly/JSPhome
Project MUSE >> http://bit.ly/JSP472Muse

Journal of Scholarly Publishing targets the unique issues facing the scholarly publishing industry today. It is the indispensable resource for academics and publishers that addresses the new challenges resulting from changes in technology, funding and innovations in publishing.  In serving the wide-ranging interests of the international academic publishing community, JSP provides a balanced look at the issues and concerns, from solutions to everyday publishing problems to commentary on the philosophical questions at large.

JSP has also examined the future of scholarly publishing, scholarship on the web, digitization, copyright, editorial policies, computer applications, marketing, and pricing models. Published quarterly.

For Submission information visit: http://www.utpjournals.com/Journal-of-Scholarly-Publishing.html

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