Learned Publishing April issue

From: Sally Morris <sec-gen_at_ALPSP.ORG>
Date: Sat, 13 Apr 2002 15:40:15 +0100

 The April issue of Learned Publishing is now available at
www.learned-publishing.org and we invite you to check it out.

Contents include some wide-ranging librarian perspectives on electronic
journal developments from Carol Hansen Montgomery (Drexel University
Library, PA), Emily McElroy (Loyola University Health Science Library,
Chicago), Walt Crawford (Research Libraries Group) and Michael Breaks
(Heriot Watt University Library).

In this issue's guest editorial, Fytton Rowland casts an academic eye over
the question of what users want.

Kent Anderson of the New England Journal of Medicine explores some ideas
about the useful archive.

Keith Silver of Academic Press/Elsevier Science reviews access for
developing countries

Andrew Berin (CUP) surveys some of the current models for accessing online
journals and predicts which are likely to survive and Alastair Dryburgh
casts some helpful light on how to manage profitability in the current

Finally, Leanne Wiseman ( Faculty of Law, Queensland University of
Technology) surveys some copyright developments in Australia.

Why not make your contribution to the debate more widely available by
submitting it to the editor of the Journal at the address

Michele Benjamin
Editor, Learned Publishing - the journal of the Association of Learned and
Professional Society Publishers

Mailing address: 65 Hertford Road, London N2 9BX, UK
Phone/fax: +44 (0) 20 8444 6931
Email: editor_at_alpsp.org

Learned Publishing is available free online at www.learned-publishing.org
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