In part this may also reflect academic resistance to e-books; although a recent survey suggested that most academics used e-books relatively frequently, it also identified a distinct lack of support for e-only collections of books.
In an open access model, this creates all kinds of challenges. Many visioning sessions held on campuses today seem unable to provide a sense of the functions technology will provide for libraries and archives in 10 to 15 years.
Derricourt16 He notes that from toAustralian government funding of scientific research increased by percent. Academic institutions are both producers and consumers of scholarly publishing. Most of our interviewees ask depositors to check the licences of the work that they are sharing through the repository, but will subsequently re-check before making content live.
Abstract The scholarly monograph has been compared to the Hapsburg monarchy in that it seems to have been in decline forever! University presses thus found themselves in a quandary.