Scholarly communication 1971 to 2013. A Brindley snapshot.
This chapter attempts a snapshot of the dramatic changes impacting on scholarly information access and delivery in the last forty years through the prism of Lynne Brindley’s career. This was a period in which historical practices of information and access delivery have been dramatically overturned. In some respects, however, the models of scholarly publishing practice and economics have not changed significantly, arguably because of the dominance of multinational publishers in scholarly...[Show more]
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|Source:||Alexandria 23.3 (2012):21-29|
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