Online Archives for Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications
Feather, John and Sturges, Paul (eds.)
International Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science.
Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science
Peer-reviewed journals used to perform two functions for research and researchers -- (1) peer review and (2) distribution -- and research libraries used to perform two more -- (3) archiving and (4) access provision. In the online age, journals will need only to provide the peer-review service. Authors will self-archive their papers, both before and after peer review, in their institutional Eprint Archives, which will all be interoperable with one another, providing open access to all peer-reviewed research output as if it were all in one global archive.
|Venue - Dates:
||Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science, 2003-12-01
||Web & Internet Science
||19 Jun 2003
||17 Apr 2017 22:49
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