Studying the History of Scholarly Communication

Scholarly communication is becoming increasingly important in modern universities as the larger higher education system (including faculty members, students, publishers, funders, readers, government, and many other stakeholders) grapples with how to disseminate and evaluate scholarship both in print and online.

This page, run by Shawn Martin. IDEASc Fellow at Indiana University, (more on me and this site’s mission at the About section) is dedicated to gathering resources and serving as a central source for materials on the history of scholarly communication.

If anyone out there in internet land is interested in this topic, please follow this page and feel free to get in touch with me.  I’d be interested in hearing your ideas!

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