Trends in Scholarly Communication, LIBR 559L



This Open Journal Systems site provides a learning environment for the University of British Columbia's School of Library, Archival & Information Studies class LIBR 559L, Trends in Scholarly Communication. If you have any questions please contact ojs.support@ubc.ca

LIBR 559L Journal 6 2013

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LIBR 559L Journal 5 2013

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Apathetica

A Critical Examination of Contemporary Apathy Towards the Naming of Journals. This student-created journal is for demonstration purposes only.

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The Nocturnal Journal: A fake LIBR 559L journal

This is a fake journal dedicated to the night. Also coffee.

This journal is not to be taken seriously. All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

"Delicious Coffee" image is from the public domain (http://www.wpclipart.com/cartoon/food/delicious_coffee.png.html).

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Licence to Write: Student Journal of Scholarly Noir

The pieces of the student journal just didn't seem to fit together. And that's when the Scholar entered the picture...

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Student Project on Open Resources and Knowledge

A practice journal about open access, for students to experiment with OJS and the peer review process.

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Test Proceedings of Local Geniuses

Test Proceedings of Local Geniuses is a demonstration journal developed for the University of British Columbia's School of Library, Archival and Information Studies.

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Our Journal of Perpetual Sorrow (Student Edition)

With great sadness I announce that this journal is a collaborative effort of our peers in group #5 (the back row). Sad.

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Open Excess

Open Excess is devoted to exploring the relationship between scholars and information access, influx, and overload. It is devoted to publishing scholarly works that investigate new modes of scholarly communication and dissemination.

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Unlocking Knowledge Through Open Access

This student-created, open access journal is for demonstration purposes.

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QUEST: A Practice Journal for LIBR 559L

QUEST is a practice journal that demonstrate how an Open Access journal is published on the Public Knowledge Project’s Open Journal System.

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LIBR 559L Demonstration Journal

A demonstration journal for LIBR 559L.  The purpose of the exercise is to learn about OJS and the peer review process.  Content is either for demonstration purposes only, or is taken from other OA journals using Creative Commons licensing, for demonstration purposes.

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Scholarly Communications ~ Pretend Journal

This is a practice journal composed for LIBR 559L, Scholarly Communications and Publications. The assignment is intended to let students experience authorship, peer review and editing in an Open Journal System.

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Digital Voices: An Open Access Practice Journal

A practice journal created as an assignment for LIBR559L at University of British Columbia. Thank you to UBC Library for hosting this journal.

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Cerebral Circus: an open access practice journal

This is a practice journal for LIBR 559L.

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Transformations in Scholarly Communication: A Practice Journal

Investigating the process of creating an open access scholarly journal. This journal is a practice journal prepared for partial completion of requirements for LIBR 559L.

Leatherbound by Jon Fravel (photo credit provided as requested by artist; CC-BY-NC-SA).

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Open Access Practice Journal

The Journal is the practice journal for LIBR559L, done by Lin.

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Scholarly Communications

This is a practice journal for LIBR559L: Topics in Scholarly Communications

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Digital Discourse: The e-volution of Scholarly Communication

Digital Discourse is a practice journal.

DD was designed and constructed as part of the requirements for LIBR 559l, taught at SLAIS, UBC, in the Winter 2009 term.

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The Invisible College: a Demonstration Journal of Scholarly Communications

TIC is a practice journal created as part of the requirements of LIBR559L: Issues in Scholarly Communications and Publishing at UBC SLAIS.

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Exploring Open Access: A Practice Journal

A practice journal created for LIBR 559l: Issues in Scholarly Communications and Publishing at the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, UBC

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Open Access Communications: a practice journal

This practice journal was created in partial completion of LIBR 559L requirements

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New Models in Scholarly Communication (A Practice Journal for LIBR 559L)

This journal is an exercise in online journal creation, publishing and the peer-review process.  All content was created by students of LIBR 559L or used from other sources with Creative Commons licensing.

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