The Implications of Information Technology for Scientific Journal Publishing: A Literature Review

Appendix A
Literature Reviewed


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Adair, James R. 1997. TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism: A modern experiment in studying the ancients. Journal of Electronic Publishing 3(1). http://www.press.umich.edu/jep/03-01/TC.html. Electronic journals; classics

Adam, Lishan. 1999. Connectivity and access for scientific communication and publishing in Africa. FID Review 1(2/3):133–44. Scientific communication; underserved populations

Adam, Ralph. 1975. Pulling the minds of social scientists together: Towards a world social science information system. International Social Science Journal 27(3):519–31. Sociology of social science

Adams, Anne, and Martina Angela Sasse. 1999. Users are not the enemy. Communications of the ACM 42(12):40–46. Information security

Adler, Annette, Anuj Gujar, Beverly L. Harrison, Kenton O'Hara, and Abigail Sellen. 1998. A diary study of work-related reading: Design implications for digital reading devices. In ACM Conference Proceedings on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pp. 241–48. ACM Digital Library, http://www.acm.org/pubs/articles/proceedings. Reading online

Agosti, M., F. Crestani, and M. Melucci. 1998. Electronic publishing, storage, dissemination and retrieval of a scientific journal through the Web. In IEEE International Forum on Research and Technology, Advances in Digital Libraries – ADL '98, pp. 137–46. http://www.computer.org/proceedings/adl/8464/84640137abs.htm. Publishing systems.

Alsop, G., C. Tompsett, and J. Wisdom. 1997. A Study of Human Communication Issues In Interactive Scholarly Electronic Journals: eLib Supporting Study Final Report. London: London Guildhall University and Kingston University. Scientific communication; electronic journals

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). 1998. Report. In AAAS/UNESCO/ICSU Workshop on Developing Practices and Standards for Electronic Publishing in Science. Paris, October 12–14, 1998. http://www.aaas.org/spp/dspp/sfrl/projects/epub/program.htm. Electronic publishing

Arjoon, R. 1999. (In)Efficient market models: The reality behind economic models in the publishing industry. Learned Publishing 12(2):127–33. Economic models; electronic publishing

Association of Research Libraries (ARL). 1997. ARL Directory of Electronic Journals, Newsletters and Academic Discussion Lists. Washington, DC: ARL, Office of Scientific and Academic Publications. Directory; electronic publications

Arms, William Y. 1995. Key concepts in the architecture of the digital library. D-Lib Magazine. http://www.dlib.org/dlib/July95/07arms.html. Digital libraries; identifiers

——— . 1999a. Preservation of scientific serials: Three current examples. Journal of Electronic Publishing 5(2). http://www.press.umich.edu/jep/05-02/arms.html. Archiving; electronic journals

——— . 1999b. Scholarly communication, digital libraries, and D-Lib Magazine. D-Lib Magazine 5(4). http://www.dlib.org/dlib/april99/04editorial.html. Scholarly communication; electronic publications

——— . 2000. Digital Libraries. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Electronic journals; pricing; intellectual property rights

Arnold, S. E. 1999. The scholarly hothouse: Electronic STM journals. Database 22(1):27–30. Scientific e-journal publishing

Atkins, Helen. 1999. The ISI® Web of Science®—Links and electronic journals. D-Lib Magazine 5(9). http://www.dlib.org/dlib/september99/atkins/09atkins.html. Electronic journals; hyperlinks

Bachrach, Steven, R. Stephen Berry, Martin Blume, Thomas von Foerster, Alexander Fowler, Paul Ginsparg, Stephen Heller, Neil Kestner, Andrew Odlyzko, Ann Okerson, Ron Wigington, and Anne Moffat. 1998. Who should own scientific papers? Science Magazine 281(5382):1459–60. Intellectual property rights; publicly funded research

Bachrach, Steven M., Darin C. Burleigh, and Anatoli Krassivine. 1998. Designing the next-generation chemistry journal: The Internet Journal of Chemistry. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship 17(Winter). http://www.library.ucsb.edu/istl/98-winter/article1.html Electronic publishing

Bakos, Yannis, and Erik Brynjolfsson. 1999. Bundling information goods: Pricing, profits and efficiency. Management Science 45(12). http://www.stern.nyu.edu/~bakos/big.pdf. Pricing; information goods; economic models

Baldwin, Christine. 1999. Electronic journal publishing: Meeting user needs. IFLA Journal 25(4):214–17. Pricing; electronic journals

Bannerman, Ian. 1998. Pricing on-line journals. Serials 11(March):23–26. Pricing; electronic journals

Barrett, Joseph. 1996. Killing time: The new frontier of cyberspace capitalism. In Lance Strate, Ron Jacobson, and Stephanie B. Gibson, eds., Communication and Cyberspace: Social Interaction in an Electronic Environment, pp. 155–66. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. Electronic markets

Bavakutty, J., and K. Radhamani. 1991. Acquisition of scientific literature in developing countries. Information Development July:156–63. Underserved populations

Bazerman, Charles. 1987. Literate acts and the emergent social structure of science: A critical synthesis. Social Epistemology 1(4):295–310. Sociology of science; publishing

Bederson, B., and H. Lustig. 1997. Electronic publishing: The role of a large scientific society. Astrophysics and Space Science 247(1/2):41–53. Electronic publishing

Bennett, Scott. 1997. Just-in-time scholarly monographs: Or, is there a cavalry bugle call for beleaguered authors and publishers? In The Specialized Scholarly Monograph in Crisis or How Can I Get Tenure If You Won't Publish My Book? Conference proceedings, Washington, DC, September 11–12, 1997. Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries. Electronic publishing; pricing

——— . 1999. Authors' rights. Journal of Electronic Publishing 5(2). http://www.press.umich.edu/jep/05-02/bennett.html. Intellectual property rights; electronic publishing

Bentley, R. A., and H. D. G. Maschner. 2000. A growing network of ideas. Fractals 8(3):227–37. Electronic publishing

Berge, Zane L., and Mauri P. Collins. 1996. IPCT Journal readership survey. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 47(September):701–10. Readers; electronic journals

Berghel, Hal. 1999. Value-added publishing. Communications of the ACM 42(1):19–23. Pricing; electronic journals

Bergstrom, T. 2001. Journal Pricing and Journal Refereeing: A Lysistratan Scheme. http://www.econ.ucsb.edu/~tedb/. Economic analysis; journals pricing data

Bern, Jochern, and Christoph Meinel. 1999. One step further: Extending electronic submission in the reviewing process. In Seventeenth Annual International Conference on Computer Documentation Conference Proceedings, pp. 65–69. ACM Digital Library, http://www.acm.org/pubs/articles/proceedings/doc/318372/p65-bern/p65-bern.pdf. Electronic publishing

Berry, S. 2000. "Full and open access" to scientific information: An academic's view. Learned Publishing 13(1):37–42. Intellectual property rights; electronic publishing

Bettig, Ronald V. 1996. Copyrighting Culture: The Political Economy of Intellectual Property. Boulder: Westview Press. Political economy of communications; capitalism; copyright protection; international piracy

Bide, Mark, Charles Oppenheim, and Anne Ramsden. 1998. Charging mechanisms for digitized texts. Learned Publishing 11(2):109–18. Pricing; electronic journals

Bigman, A., and W. Peter. 1998. Defining the technical and scientific information package of the future. In Proceedings of the Socioeconomic Dimensions of Electronic Publishing Workshop. Santa Barbara, CA: IEEE Advances in Digital Libraries Conference. the Engineering and Scientific Communities. Electronic publishing

Birman, Joan S. 2000. Scientific publishing: A mathematician's viewpoint. Notices of the American Mathematics Association 47(August):770–77. Electronic journals; professional societies

Björk, Bo-Christer, and Ziga Turk. 2000. How scientists retrieve publications: An empirical study of how the Internet is overtaking paper media. Journal of Electronic Publishing 6(2). http://www.press.umich.edu/jep/06-02/bjork.html. Survey; electronic journals; user behavior; readers

Blixrud, Julia C., and Timothy D. Jewell. 1998. Understanding electronic resources and library materials expenditures: An incomplete picture. ARL: A Bimonthly Newsletter of Research Library Issues and Actions 197(April):12–13. Pricing

Bohne, A, E. Lang, and C. W. von der Lieth. 2000. Molecular visualization programs on the Web. Drugs of the Future 25(5):489–500. Electronic publishing

Bonn, Maria S., Wendy P. Lougee, Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason, and Juan F. Riveros. 1999. A report on the PEAK experiment: Context and design. D-Lib Magazine 5(6). http://www.dlib.org/dlib/june99/06bonn.html. Pricing; usage

Borghuis, Marthyn, Hans Brinckman, Albert Fischer, Karen Hunter, Eleonore van der Loo, Rob ter Mors, Paul Mostert, and Jaco Zijlstra. 1996. TULIP: Final Report. http://www.elsevier.nl/homepage/about/resproj/trmenu.htm. Electronic journals; user studies

Borgman, Christine L. 1990a. Editor's introduction to Scholarly Communication and Bibliometrics, pp. 10–27. Newbury Park, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. Bibliometric analysis; literature review

——— , ed. 1990b. Scholarly Communication and Bibliometrics. Newbury Park, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. Bibliometric analysis; literature review

Bot, Marjolein, Johan Burgemeester, and Hans Roes. 1998. The cost of publishing an electronic journal: A general model and a case study. D-Lib Magazine November. http://www.dlib.org/dlib/november98/11roes.html. Electronic journals; pricing; economic models

Bowen, William G. 1998. JSTOR and the economics of scholarly communication. Journal of Library Administration 26(1/2):27–44. Archiving; electronic journals; economic models

Boyce, Peter B. 1997a. The AAS program of electronic publication. Astrophysics and Space Science 247(1/2):55–62. Electronic publishing

——— . 1997b. Costs, archiving, and the publishing process in electronic STM journals. Against the Grain 9(5):86. http://www.aas.org/~pboyce/epubs/atg98a_2. html. Archiving; publishing models

——— . 1999. Scholarly journals in the electronic world. The Serials Librarian 36(1/2):187–98. Electronic journals

Brahmi, F. A., and K. Kaneshiro. 1993. The Online Journal of Current Clinical Trials (OJCTT): A closer look. Medical Reference Services Quarterly 12(3):29–43. Electronic publishing; medical

Broadbent, Kieran P. 1990. New information-communication technologies in scientific communication: Implications for Third-World users. Information Society 7(3):203–32. Developing nations; information technologies

Brown, Cecilia M. 1999. Information seeking behavior of scientists in the electronic information age: Astronomers, chemists, mathematicians, and physicists. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 50(10):929–43. Electronic journals; information seeking behaviors; user studies

Brown, Elizabeth W., and Andrea L. Duda. 1996. Electronic publishing programs: Issues to consider. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship 13. http://www.library.ucsb.edu/istl/96-fall/brown-duda2.html. Libraries' considerations

Brueni, Dennis J., Baziley T. Cross, Edward A. Fox, Lenwood S. Heath, Deborah Hix, Lucy T. Nowell, and William C. Wake. 1993. What if there were desktop access to the computer science literature? In Proceedings of the 1993 ACM Conference on Computer Science, pp. 15–22. ACM Digital Library, http://www.acm.org/pubs/articles/proceedings. Digital libraries

Buckley, Chad, Marian Burright, Amy Prendergast, Richard Sapon-White, and Annelise Taylor. 1999. Electronic publishing of scholarly journals: A bibliographic essay of current issues. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship Spring. Bibliography

Budd, J. M., and L. S. Connaway. 1997. University faculty and networked information: Results of a survey. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 48(9):843–52. User studies

Buican, I. G., and M. I. Amador. 1991. Writing in English for an international audience. In IPCC 91 Proceedings. The Engineered Communication, pp. 98–100. Electronic publishing

Burk, Dan L. 1993. Patents in cyberspace: Territoriality and infringement on global computer networks. Tulane Law Review 68(1):1–69. International software patent infringement

——— . 2000. Intellectual property issues in electronic collaborations. In Stephen H. Koslow and Michael F. Huerta, eds., Electronic Collaboration in Science, pp. 15–44. Mahway, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associaties, Inc. Intellectual property rights; review article; interdisciplinary research; collaboratories

Butter, K. A. 1994. "Red Sage: The next step in delivery of electronic journals." Medical Reference Services Quarterly 13(3):75–81. Electronic journals; medical

Campanario, J. M. 1996. The competition for journal space among referees, editors, and other authors and its influence on journals' impact factors. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 47(3):184–92. Journal impacts

Canessa, E. 1997. Scientific preprints online. Electronic Library 15(5):398–400. International Centre for Theoretical Physics Scientific Preprint Repository

Cannavo, Leonardo. 1997. Sociological models of scientific knowledge. International Sociology 12(4):475–96. Social structure of science

Canoy, Marcel. 2000. Publishers Caught in the Web?: Strategies, Performance, and Public Policy. Working Paper 119. The Hague: CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis. Electronic journals; business models

Carley, Kathleen, and Kira Wendt. 1988. Electronic Mail and the Diffusion of Scientific Information: The Study of SOAR and Its Dominant Users. Paper presented at meeting of the American Sociological Association. Scientific communication; information technology

——— . 1991. Electronic mail and scientific communication: A study of the SOAR extended research group. Knowledge: Creation, Diffusion, Utilization 12(4):406–40. Scientific communication; information technology

Carr, T. R., R. C. Buchanan, D. Adkins-Helieson, T. D. Mettille, and J. Sorensen. 1997. The future of scientific communication in the earth sciences: The impact of the Internet. Computers and Geosciences 23(5):503–12. Scientific communication; earth sciences; quality control

Carvajal, Doreen. 2000. Four giants set to embrace electronic publishing. New York Times May 23. http://www.nytimes.com/library/tech/00/05/biztech/articles/23books.html. Commercial publishers

Case, M. M. 1998. Recreating publishing for the engineering and scientific community: The Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC). In Proceedings of the Socioeconomic Dimensions of Electronic Publishing Workshop, pp. 71–75. Santa Barbara, CA: IEEE Advances in Digital Libraries Conference. Publishing initiatives

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Cavazos, Edward A., and Coe F. Miles. 1997. Copyright on the WWW: Linking and liability. The Richmond Journal of Law and Technology 4(2). http://www.richmond.edu/~jolt/v4i2/cavazos.html. Hyperlinks, intellectual property rights

Cheverie, Joan F., and Judith F. Trump. 1997. Current awareness on information issues from the European Union. Journal of Academic Librarianship 23(September):404–05. Review of EU online resources on intellectual property

Clark, Kathleen A. 1999. Implementation of ISI's electronic library project at Purdue University: Criteria for selection and publisher pricing schemes. The Serials Librarian 35(4):29–44. Digital libraries

Clarke, Roger. 1994. Electronic support for the practice of research. The Information Society 10(1):25–42. Information technology and the conduct of research; role of the government; National Information Infrastructure

Chemical Sciences Roundtable, National Research Council. 1999. Impact of Advances in Computing and Communications Technologies on Chemical Science and Technology: Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Scientific communication

Cohen, J. 1996. Computer mediated communication and publication productivity among faculty. Internet Research-Electronic Networking Applications and Policy 6(2/3):41. Computer-mediated communication

Computer Science and Telecommunications Board (CSTB), National Research Council. 1998. Fostering Research on the Economic and Social Impacts of Information Technology. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Implications of information technology; review article

——— . 2000. The Digital Dilemma: Intellectual Property in the Information Age. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Intellectual property rights; review article

Conley, John M., and Kelli Bemelmans. 1997. Intellectual property implications of multimedia products: A case study. Information & Communications Technology Law 6(1):3–16. Copyright; CD-ROMs; museums

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Cronin, B., H. S. Snyder, H. Rosenbau, A. Martinson, and E. Callahan. 1998. Invoked on the Web. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 49(14):1319–28. Electronic journals; hyperlinks

Davis, Charles H., and Thomas O. Eisemon. 1989. Mainstream and non-mainstream scientific literature in four peripheral Asian scientific communities. Scientometrics 15(3/4):215–39. Scientific research; emerging nations

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——— 1999. The economics of publishing: The consequences of library and research copying. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 50(14):1346–49. Economics of publishing and technology

Denning, P. J., and B. A. Rous. 1997. The ACM electronic publishing plan. Astrophysics and Space Science 247(1/2):69–82. Electronic publishing

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Doyle, John Bernard, III. 1986. Expert-Novice Differences in Scientific Journal Scanning (Problem-Solving, Decision-Making, Cognition, Information Retrieval). Ph.D. dissertation. University of Virginia. Information seeking behaviors and electronic journals in science

Eason, Ken, Chris Carter, Susan Harker, Sue Pomfrett, Kathy Phillips, and John Richardson. 1997. A Comparative Analysis of the Role of Multi-Media Electronic Journals in Scholarly Disciplines. eLib Supporting Study Final Report. http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/services/elib/papers/tavistock/eason/eason.html. Electronic journals; cross-disciplinary comparisons

Eason, Ken, L. Z. Yu, and Susan Harker. 2000. The use and usefulness of functions in electronic journals: The experience of the SuperJournal project. Program: Electronic Library and Information Systems 34(1):1–28. Electronic journals; usage

Edelson, Daniel C., and Douglas N. Gordin. 1996. Adapting digital libraries for learners: Accessibility vs. availability. D-Lib Magazine September. http://www.dlib.org/dlib/september96/nwu/09edelson.html. Digital libraries

Eisenberg, Rebecca S. 1987. Proprietary rights and the norms of science in biotechnology research. Yale Law Journal 97(2):177–231. Intellectual property rights; biotechnology research

Ekman, Richard. 1996. Technology and the university press. Change 28(September/October):34–39. Electronic publishing; university presses

Ekman, Richard, and Richard E. Quandt. 1999. Technology and Scholarly Communication. Berkeley: University of California Press in association with the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Scholarly publishing; reviews

Elkin-Koren, Niva. 1995. The challenges of technological change to copyright law. Science Communications 17(2):186–200. Future of copyright law in cyberspace; decentralization; participation

Ensor, Pat, and Thomas Wilson. 1997. Public-Access Computer Systems Review: Testing the promise. Journal of Electronic Publishing 3(1). http://www.press.umich.edu/jep/03-01/pacs.html. Electronic journals; descriptions

Entlich, Richard. 1995. Electronic chemistry journals: Elemental concerns. The Serials Librarian 25(3/4):111–23. Electronic journals; descriptions

Entlich, Richard, Lorrin Garson, Michael Lesk, Lorraine Normore, Jan Olsen, and Stuart Weibel. 1995. Making a digital library: The Chemistry Online Retrieval Experiment. Communications of the ACM 38(4):54. Digital libraries; system design; experimental system

——— . 1996. Testing a digital library: User response to the CORE project. Library Hi Tech 14(4):99–118. Digital libraries; user studies

——— . 1997. Making a digital library: The contents of the CORE project. ACM Transactions on Information Systems 15(2):103–23. Digital libraries; system design

Fateman, Richard J. 1997. More versatile scientific documents. In Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition, pp. 1107–10. Piscataway, NJ: IEEE. Electronic journals

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Fishburn, Peter C., Andrew M. Odlyzko, and Ryan C. Siders. 1997. Fixed Fee Versus Unit Pricing for Information Goods: Competition, Equilibria, and Price Wars. AT&T Labs. http://www.research.att.com/~amo/doc/price.war.doc. Information goods; pricing

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Fishwick, Francis, Louise Edwards, and John Blagden. 1998. Economic Implications of Different Models of Publishing Scholarly Electronic Journals for Professional Societies and Other Small or Specialist Publishers. Report to the Joint Information Systems Committee, Electronic Libraries Programme. http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/services/elib/papers/tavistock/scholarly-journals/cranelib.html. Electronic journals; economic models

Fjällbrant, Nancy. 1997. Scholarly Communication: Historical Development and New Possibilities. Paper presented at 18th International Association of Technological University Libraries conference, Scholarly Communication in Focus, Trondheim, Norway. http://educate.lib.chalmers.se/cth/patharch/texts/scolcom.html. Scholarly communication; role of new technology; review article

Fuchs, Ira H. 1996. Networked information is not free. In Robin Peek and Gregory B. Newby, eds., Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier, pp. 165–80. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press in association with the American Society for Information Science. Pricing; infrastructure

Fujita, S. 1999. XyM Markup Language (XyMML) for electronic communication of chemical documents containing structural formulas and reaction schemes. Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Sciences 39(6):915–27. Markup languages

Garson, L. R. 1998. Can e-journals save us? Journal of Library Administration 26(1/2):171–79. Economics of publishing

Gassaway, Laura N. 1996. Libraries, educational institutions, and copyright proprietors: The first collision on the information highway. Journal of Academic Librarianship 22(September):337–44. Feasibility of White Paper recommendations, copyright

——— . 1998. Copyright, the Internet, and other legal issues. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 49(11):1003–09. Intellectual property rights

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Getz, Malcolm. 1999. Electronic publishing in academia: An economic perspective. In Richard Ekman and Richard E. Quandt, eds., Technology and Scholarly Communication, pp. 102–32. Berkeley: University of California Press in association with the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Electronic journals; economic models

Gibson, Stephanie B. 1996. Pedagogy and hypertext. In Lance Strate, Ron Jacobson, and Stephanie B. Gibson, eds., Communication and Cyberspace: Social Interaction in an Electronic Environment, pp. 243–60. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. Information ownership; typography and education; presence/impact of educational hypertext in the academy

Gladney, Henry M. 1997. Safeguarding digital library contents and users: Document access control. D-Lib Magazine June. http://www.dlib.org/dlib/june97/ibm/06gladney.html. Digital libraries; intellectual property rights; information technology

Gladney, Henry M., and Jeff B. Lotspiech. 1998. Safeguarding digital library contents and users: Storing, sending, showing, and honoring usage terms and conditions. D-Lib Magazine May. http://www.dlib.org/dlib/may98/gladney/05gladney.html. Digital libraries; intellectual property rights; information technology

Glisson, Gary W. 1996. A practitioner's defense of the White Paper. Oregon Law Review. 75:277–89. Copyright; favorable assessment of White Paper

Goldfinch, E. P. 2000. A limited study of online access and user preferences. Learned Publishing 13(4):241–45. User studies

Gomes, S., and J. Meadows. 1998. Perceptions of electronic journals in British universities. Journal of Scholarly Publishing 29(3):174–81. Electronic journals; acceptance

Goodman, D. 2000. Should scientific journals be printed? A personal view. Online Information Review 24(5):357–63. Electronic publishing

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Grycz, Czeslaw Jan. 1992. Economic models for networked information. Serials Review 18(Spring and Summer):11–24. Economic models; information goods

Hahn, Karla L. 1998. Developing a picture of electronic publishing: A qualitative study of the ecology community. In Proceedings of the Socioeconomic Dimensions of Electronic Publishing Workshop, pp. 23–29. Santa Barbara, CA: IEEE Advances in Digital Libraries Conference. Electronic publishing

Halliday, L., and Charles Oppenheim. 2000. Economic Models of Digital-Only Journals. Paper presented at Economics and Usage of Digital Library Collections conference, Ann Arbor, MI. http://www.si.umich.edu/PEAK-2000/halliday.pdf. Electronic publishing; economic models

Hamershlag, G. 1998. Using electronic journals in medicine. Information and Librarianship 23(2):6–16. Electronic journals; medicine

Hardy, I. T. 1997. Computer RAM copies: Hit or myth? Historical perspectives on caching as a microcosm of current copyright concerns. University of Dayton Law Review 22:548.

Harnad, Stevan. 1996. Implementing peer review on the Net: Scientific quality control in scholarly journals. In Robin Peek and Gregory B. Newby, eds., Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press in association with the American Society for Information Science. Electronic journals; peer review; role of publishers

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——— . 1999. Free at last: The future of peer-reviewed journals. D-Lib Magazine 5(12). http://www.dlib.org/dlib/december99/12harnad.html. Electronic journals; peer review; role of publishers

Hars, A., O. A. El Sawy, S. Gosain, S. Hirt, I. Im, D. Kang, Z. Lee, and A. Raven. 2000. Reengineering IS research and its intellectual infrastructure for the electronic economy. Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce 10(2):67–83. E-commerce

Harter, Stephen P. 1996. The impact of electronic journals on scholarly communication: A citation analysis. Public-Access Computer Systems Review 7(5):5–34. Electronic journals; scholarly communication; citation analysis

——— . 1998. Scholarly communication and electronic journals: An impact study. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 49(6):507–16. Electronic journals; scholarly communication; citation analysis

Harter, Stephen, P., and Taemin Kim Park. 2000. Impact of prior electronic publication on manuscript consideration policies of scholarly journals. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 51(10):940–48. Electronic journals; publishers' policies

Hayes, Brian. 1996. The economic quandary of the network publisher. In Robin Peek and Gregory B. Newby, eds., Scholarly Publishing: The Electronic Frontier, pp. 121–32. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press in association with the American Society for Information Science. Models of publishing

Haynes, John. 1999. New Journal of Physics: A Web-based and author-funded journal. Learned Publishing 12 (4):265–69. Electronic journals; pricing; business models

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Hedlund, J., V. Nechitailenko, and J. Sears. 1998. Electronic publishing in geophysics. In Fytton Rowland and John W. T. Smith, eds., Electronic Publishing '98: Towards the Information-Rich Society, pp. 233–39. Proceedings of Second ICCC/IFIP Conference on Electronic Publishing, Budapest, Hungary, April 20–22, 1998. Washington, DC: ICCC Press. Electronic publishing

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Hickey, Thomas B., and Terry Noreault. 1992. The development of a graphical user interface for the Online Journal of Current Clinical Trials. Public-Access Computer Systems Review 3(2):4–12. Electronic journals; design

Hildyard, C. J., and B. J. Whitaker. 1996. Chemical publishing on the Internet: Electronic journals—Who needs them? In D. I. Raitt and B. Jeapes, eds., Online Information 96: 20th International Online Information Meeting: Proceedings, pp. 143–50. Oxford: Learned Information Europe. Electronic publishing; chemistry

Hitchcock, Steven, Leslie Carr, and Wendy Hall. 1997. Web journals publishing: A UK perspective. Serials 10(3):285–99. Electronic journals; number; commercial publishers; noncommercial publishers

——— . 1998a. "Making the most of electronic journals." White Paper, The Open Journal Project, Multimedia Research Group, University of Southampton. http://xxx.lanl.gov/html/cs.DL/9812016. Electronic journals; hyperlinks; design

——— . 1998b. Update. A survey of STM online journals 1990-95: the calm before the storm. http://journals.ecs.soton.ac.uk/survey/survey.html. Original publication 1996. Electronic journals; number; commercial publishers; noncommercial publishers

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Stefik, Mark. 1999. The Internet Edge: Social, Technical, and Legal Challenges for a Networked World. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Internet; information security; intellectual property rights

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