Spring 2010 • VOL 12 • NO 2

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Who owns your scholarship, and who can read it?
Open Access and the future of scholarly Publishing

Molecular Vision: One Journal's Journey

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Open Access Textbooks
Will Emory be a player or stay on the sidelines?

Digital Texts

Nurturing Accessible, High Quality Scholarship
Reflections on Ecology and Society

spenserSpenser Goes Digital
An Open Access journal is free to the public but not free to produce

What's Old is New Again
Methodist Review as both scholarly tradition and digital pioneer

"We're clearly at a time of transition in the meaning of 'publication.' "

"We want to ensure that the results of original research are made widely accessible within the scientific community and beyond as quickly as possible."


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Sheila Cavanagh, English
Lance Gunderson, Environmental Studies
Lisa Alsing Macklin, Emory Libraries
Rex D. Matthews, Theology
John McGowan, Epidemiology
Avice Meehan, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
John Nickerson, Ophthalmology
Jonathan Prude, History
Russell Richey, Theology

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