Electronic journal publishing
Foreword (by Carol Priestley)
Introduction to Electronic Journal Publishing
1.1 The Importance of Electronic Journal Publishing for Developing Countries (Janet Hussein)
1.2 Introductory Essay Getting Started in Electronic Publishing 4th Edition (Sally Morris)
1.3 Going online with your journals: A beginner's checklist (Mary Waltham)
General Overviews & Conference Summaries
2.1 Roger Elliott, "The Impact of Electronic Publishing on the Scientific Information Chain." IFLA Journal 23, no. 5/6 (1997): 351-355 (HTML, Elliot)
2.2 Dennis Shaw and Roger Elliott. Economics, Real Costs and Benefits of Electronic Publishing in Science. Proceedings of the ICSU Press Workshop. Keble College, University of Oxford, UK, 31 March to 2 April 1998. An Executive Summary Report." September 1998 5 pp. www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/icsu/execsumm.htm
2.3 Lewis J Greene. Why and for Whom do Developing Countries Publish Scientific Journals. Paper presented at the Tenth International Conference of Science Editors, 27-30 August 2000.
Different Perspectives of Electronic Publishing
3.1 Publishers' Perspectives
3.1.1 Sandra M. Whisler. Electronic Publishing and the Indispensability of Publishers. Logos 7, no. 1 (1996): 120-126 (HTML, Whisler)
3.1.2 Karen Hunter. Electronic Journal Publishing. Observations from Inside. D-Lib Magazine [online journal] July/August 1998 July 1998 6 pp. Internet document.
3.2 Authors' Perpectives
3.2.1 Alma Swan. What Authors Want: The ALPSP research study on the motivations and concerns of contributors to learned journals. Learned Publishing Vol 12, No. 3 July 1999.
3.3 Readers' Perspectives
3.3.1 David Pullinger and Christine Baldwin SuperJournal: What Readers Really Want from Electronic Journals. (Paper presented at ELVIRA4: Electronic Library and Visual Information Research, Milton Keynes, 6-8 May, 1997)
Economics of Electronic Publishing
4.1 Gary R. VandenBos. Economic Costs of an All-Electronic Journal. Paper presented to the ICSU Press Workshop, Keble College, Oxford, UK, 31 March - 2 April 1998. July 1998 6 pp.
4.2 Janet Fisher. Comparing Electronic Journals to Print Journals: Are There Savings? (Scholarly Communication and Technology. Conference Organized by the Andrew Mellon Foundation, Emory University, 24-25 April 1997) August 1998 7 pp.
4.3 Robert Shirrell. Economics of Electronic Publishing: Cost Issues-Comments on Session One Presentations. (Scholarly Communication and Technology. Conference Organized by the Andrew Mellon Foundation, Emory University, 24-25 April 1997) August 1998 7 pp
Copyright and Self-Archiving Issues
5.1 Charles Clark. In what are we trading? Authors' Rights and Publishers' Rights in Traditional and Digital Media. Learned Publishing, Vol 12 No.3 July 1999 pp 179 189
5.2 Stevan Harnad. Free at Last: The Future of Peer-Reviewed Journals in D-Lib Magazine, December 1999,Volume 5 Number 12.
Electronic Publishing Technology and Digital Preservation
6.1 Mark Frankel, et al. Defining and Certifying Electronic Publication in Science.
6.2 Kelly Russell, Ellis Weinberger and Andy Stone. Preserving Digital Scholarship: the Future is Now. Learned Publishing, Vol 12 No. 4 October 1999 pp 271-280.
Different Models of Electronic Journal Publishing used in Developing Countries
7.1 Rosenberg, D. African Journals Online: Giving Journals Published in Africa a Presence on the Web. Paper presented at the joint INASP/British Council workshop 'Scientific Communication and Publishing in the Information Age', Oxford, 10-12 May 1999. (HTML, Rosenberg)
7.2 Rosenberg, D. Making African journals more accessible AJOL 2000. INASP Newsletter, Issue 14, November 2000, p14 (HTML, Rosenburg)
7.3 Barbara Kirsop and V. Canhos. The Electronic Publishing Trust for Development (EPT): Putting Developing Country Journals Online. Paper presented at the joint INASP/British Council workshop 'Scientific Communication and Publishing in the Information Age', Oxford, 10-12 May 1999. (HTML, Kirsop)
7.4 Abel Packer. The SciELO project for Latin America and Caribbean: Advances and Challenges of an Emerging Model for Electronic Publishing in Developing Countries. Paper presented at the joint INASP/British Council workshop 'Scientific Communication and Publishing in the Information Age', Oxford, 10-12 May 1999. (HTML, Packer)
7.5 Atilio Bustos. EJB - Electronic Journal of Biotechnology: An Academic Experience with World Wide Visibility. Paper presented at the joint INASP/British Council workshop 'Scientific Communication and Publishing in the Information Age', Oxford, 10-12 May 1999. (HTML, Bustos)
Conclusion Putting Electronic Publishing into Practice
8.1 International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications (INASP) and British Council. Scientific Communication and Publishing in the Information Age: Summary Report, Report of workshop, Oxford, 10-12 May 1999, INASP, 1999, 5pp.
8.2 Sulaiman Adebowale. Disseminating the Electronic Publishing Philosophy in Developing Countries. 2000
8.3 Janet Hussein. Where to Go for Help (in setting up electronic journals). 2000