The Best Scholarly Communication Writing of 2013

2014-02-06T03:10:09Z (GMT) by Micah Vandegrift
<p>This is a collection of articles that were written for the web on topics related to scholarly communication, open access and the growing professional practice around those areas. This collection is an effort to compile and preserve the "green" literature of the field.</p> <p> PDF version of the collection available at</p> <p><strong>Table of Contents:</strong></p> <p>Working With A Contributor’s Contract<br>Sarah Werner, 5 July 2012</p> <p>A New Contributor’s Contact!<br>Sarah Werner, 5 August 2012</p> <p>More Lessons On Negotiating A Contributor’s Contract<br>Sarah Werner, 21 October 2013</p> <p>No More Half-measures: Anthropology Must Take Responsibility For Open Access<br>Andrew Asher, 5 February 2013</p> <p>What is a (finished) dissertation for?<br>Library Loon, 26 July 2013</p> <p>A Case Study in Closed Access<br>Adi Kamdar, 25 October 2013</p> <p>The Past, Present and Future of Scholarly Publishing<br>Michael Eisen, 28 March 2013</p> <p>Open Access, Tenure, and the Common Good<br>Barbara Fister, 22 October 2013</p> <p>Chapter, Verse, and CHORUS: A first pass critique<br>Cameron Neylon, 7 June 2013</p> <p>Elsevier is taking down papers from<br>Mike Taylor, 6 December 2013</p> <p>Connecting the Dots<br>Kevin Smith, J.D., 11 December 2013</p> <div> </div> <p> </p>