Category Archives: Scholarly Communication

Best Practices in Open Access Journal Publishing

A fictitious dean at a fictitious Library School, Worthington University, wants to start an open access journal that features student and faculty scholarship. The International LIS Student Journal will be peer-reviewed and will publish content and data sets in the

Best Practices in Open Access Journal Publishing

A fictitious dean at a fictitious Library School, Worthington University, wants to start an open access journal that features student and faculty scholarship. The International LIS Student Journal will be peer-reviewed and will publish content and data sets in the

Blessay: Journal Pricing Models

Using a writing style known as a blessay, a term coined by Dan Cohen, I wrote a piece about the controversy surrounding the rising costs of scholarly journals. JOURNAL PRICING MODELS SPARK AN ANGRY RESPONSE BY LIBRARIANS By Gina Shelton,

Blessay: Journal Pricing Models

Using a writing style known as a blessay, a term coined by Dan Cohen, I wrote a piece about the controversy surrounding the rising costs of scholarly journals. JOURNAL PRICING MODELS SPARK AN ANGRY RESPONSE BY LIBRARIANS By Gina Shelton,