Scholarly Communication: A Long View
New Review of Academic Librarianship 16 (1 supp 1): 132--144 (2010)

This article reviews the different approaches taken by scholars and researchers in communicating with each other. It thematically considers the options available from the standpoints of information ecology, culture, and technology interaction, formal and informal, private and public. The roles of journals and books as vehicles for formal communication are also considered as well as the communication roles that journal authors and readers can take.
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