Campus-based publishing partnerships: A guide to critical issues


Show simple item record Crow, Raym 2009-03-12T00:21:25Z 2009-03-12T00:21:25Z 2009-01-23
dc.description.abstract Campus-based publishing partnerships offer the academy greater control over the intellectual products that it helps create. To fully realize this potential, such partnerships will need to evolve from informal working alliances to long-term, programmatic collaborations. SPARCâ s Campus-based Publishing Partnerships: A Guide to Critical Issues addresses issues relevant to building sound and balanced partnerships, including: Establishing governance and administrative structures; Identifying funding models that accommodate the objectives of both libraries and presses; Defining a partnershipâ s objectives to align the missions of the library and the press; Determining what services to provide; and Demonstrating the value of the collaboration. SPARCâ s Campus-based Publishing Partnerships will help libraries, presses, and academic units to define effective partnerships capable of supporting innovative approaches to campus-based publishing. en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.publisher SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition) en_US
dc.subject Scholarly communication en_US
dc.subject Publishing en_US
dc.subject Open access en_US
dc.title Campus-based publishing partnerships: A guide to critical issues en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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