Index – Academic and Professional Publishing

Index

A

Abstracting and Indexing products (A&I), 104–8
Academic press, 317
content purchasing, 293–4
current and future skills in, 467–8
external forces and their impacts, 441–55
graduate publishing programme in, 465–6
history and landscape of, 172–3
marketing and brand, 303–4
overview, 1–13
strategic developments in industry, 102–23
tao of, 139–41
Account management, 396–404
ADONIS project, 109
Agreements, for journal publishing
for authors, 365–6
editors agreements, 370–1
role of publisher, 367–8
third-party agreements, 371–2
ALPSP Learned Journals Collection (ALJC), 149–50, 305
American Chemical Society (ACS), 299–300
American Physical Society (APS), 299
Anchoring communities, 451–2
Annual Licence Fee, 294
Application programming interfaces (APIs), 282, 284–5
Article processing charge (APC), 153
Article-level metrics, 42–3
ArXiv, 87, 259
Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP), 387, 390–2, 463–4, 475–6
Australian National Health and Medical Research Council, in research funding, 57
Author-facing marketing, 303

B

Basic research, defined, 54
Berne Convention, for copyright protection, 358
Bibliometrics, 244
Big Deal, 4, 147–8, 297–8, 317, 446
BioOne, 156
Blended e-products, 189–90
Blogging networks, 85–6
Book Citation Index (BCI), 247–8
Book publishing
authors agreements, 366–9
business processes management, 208–9
costs-print versus digital and, 182–5
development of, 171–91
digital, 178–81
edited volumes and, 186–7
impact of digitisation and digital publishing, 174–7
monographs and, 185–6
reference works and, 189
shape and development of, business models, 181–90
Books on Demand (BOD), 197
British Medical Journal (BMJ), 21, 42, 302
Buckministerfullerene, discovery of, 420
Business analysis, 206–7
Business model development, factors driving, 146
Business model pressures, 449–52
Business process management, 205–12
Business sector, research and development funding in, 54

C

Career development
in academic and professional publishing, 457–68
courses for, 460–1
entry jobs for, 458
graduate publishing programme in, 465–6
qualifications for, 459
subject expertise and skills for, 458–9
within the publishing organization, 465–6
in research, 59–60
Carnegie Classification, 162
Central library, 293
Chemical Abstract Service, 106
Citation, 260–1, 282–3
of articles, 291–2
indices, 246–9
quality assessment impact and usage, 243–64
Cited half life, 251
Clark’s Publishing Agreements, 387
‘co-creators of value, ’ 178
Collaboration, in research, 71–3
Collective management organisations (CMOs), 359
Combined Chemical Dictionary (CCD), 117
Commercial hopes and realities, in scholarly publishing, 445–6
Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), 23, 35–6
Code of Conduct, 343, 347
Communication management, 400–1
Communication strategies, 99–142
Competition
in information collection and publishing, 444
in research, 71–3
Conflict of interest (COI), 344–6
Content
data mining and, 107–8
integration of, 89
licensing of, 298
pricing models development for, 297–302
Continuing education/maintenance of certification, 87–8
Contracts
with journal editor, 386–92
retaining and renewing, 410
Contributor agreements, 368
Copyright protection, in journal publishing, 355–79
exceptions and limitations of, 358–9
scope of, 356–8
Core trends Survey/study, 428
Corporate marketing, 303
Cost management, 158–61
editorial office support and, 158–9
marketing and sales costs and, 160–1
online delivery and, 159–60
production costs and, 159
Cost per download, 162, 295–6, 298
Counting Online Usage of Networked Electronic Resources (COUNTER), 245, 295–6
CRCnetBASEs, 116–17
Creative commons licence, 372–4
CrossCheck, 26, 341, 346
CrossMark, 283–4, 342, 436
Cross-peer review, 36
CrossRef, 204, 283, 342, 436, 479
Current fifth great surge (K-wave), in journal publication, 101
Current research information systems (CRISs), 63
Customer demands and preferences, 447–8
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems, 307–8

D

Data
accessibility to, 11
analysis, in research, 67–9
authority, versioning and trust, 282–4
categorisation and clustering of, 280
generation of, 67–9
hygiene, 308–10
interoperability of, 281–2
marketing of, 303–4
mining of, 279
reviewers, 283
warehouse, 308
Database Citation Potential (DCP), 255
DataCite, 11
DeepDyve, 87, 133, 151
Departmental library, 293
Development of business models and finances, 145–68, 171–91
Devices, in scholarly publishing, 448–9
Dialogue, in electronic publishing, 275–7
Digital Accessible Information System (DAISY), 222
Digital book publishing, stakeholders and market drivers of, 178–81
Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), 361
Digital Object Identifier (DOI), 204, 231–2, 247, 418
Digital printing, 196–7
Digital print-on-demand (POD), 115
Digital revolution, 79–97. See also Digitisation and digital publishing
blogging networks, 85–6
mobile devices, 89–92
online publishing platforms on, 80–2
professional networks, 83–4
semantic technology, 93–6
shared bookmarks, 84–5
virtual reality/gaming, 85
Web 2.0, 82–6
workflow integration and, 86–9
Digital science, 88
Digital skills, in publishing, 467
Digital technology, copyright protection, 360–5
changes in copyright law, 360–1
digital millennium copyright act, 361
extended collective licensing in, 364–5
Google library project, 361–2
management of, 369–70
mass digitisation, 361–2
orphan works, 361–4
WIPO copyright treaty, 360–1
Digitisation and digital publishing. See also Digital revolution
impact of, 174–7
metadata, 175
new business models, 176–7
piracy issues and enforcement routes in, 374–8
pre-press production process, 175–7
printing industry, 175–6
reading devices, 176
Discussion papers, 39
Doctoral education, 59
Document distribution, 86–7
Document Type Definition (DTD), 198–202, 221
Double-blind review, 27–8
‘Dumbing down’ of scientific information, 442
DynamicBooks, 188

E

eBay, 375
E-book, 177, 320
Economies of scale, journal publication and, 135–7
Editor, 17–19, 45
contract for, 386–90
of Journal Molecular Ecology, 31
of Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 29–30
relationship management with publishing manager, 385-H1
selection of reviewers by, 40
types of, 24
working with publisher, 405–6
Editorial board, 406–7
Editorial impacts, in scholarly publishing, 447
Editorial management, for journal development, 395–6
Editorial rejection, 25
Editorial workflows, 195–212
advances in formats and, 196–7
business process management, 205–11
electronic production workflows, 202–5
IT systems development, 205–11
metadata, 198–202
quality assurance, 211–12
XML-based processing, 198–202
Educational Research Abstracts Online (ERA), 108
Eigenfactor (EF), 253–4
E-journals: their use, value and impact, 478
Electronic formatting, 196–7
Electronic production workflows, 202–5
Electronic Publication (EPUB) format, 230
Electronic publishing, 38–9, 196
characteristics of, 275–7
journal, 9–10
standards of, 215–35
authentication for discovery, 230–1
description, 227–9
digital accessible information system, 222
digital object identifier, 231–2
distribution and delivery, 229–30
extensible markup language, 221
identification, 222–7
institutional identifier (I2), 226–7
international standard book number, 218–19, 222–3
international standard name identifier, 224–5
international standard text code, 223–4
journal archiving tag suite, 221–2
machine-readable cataloging, 227–8
non-traditional media content, 234–5
online information exchange for books, 228–9
open researcher contributor ID, 225–6
openURL framework, 232–3
preservation of, 233
reference and linking, 231–3
security assertion markup language, 230–1
structure and markup, 220–2
e-letters, 42–3
Elsevier, 40, 103, 136
Encyclopedias, 118, 120–2
Enhanced database case-study, 116–17
Enterprise Content Management system, 208, 210–11
Entity extraction, 94
‘e-print’ posting, 39–40
EPUB 3, 92
e-publishing, 104, 196, 436–7
E-readers and tablets, 91–2
‘Espresso’ POD machine, 197
Ethics and integrity, in publishing, 337–51
Existence of bias and potentially conflicting interests, 32–3
Extensible Markup Language (XML), 175, 197, 201, 221
based data processing, 198–202, 212
creation, 210

F

Financial management and performance, 161–6
balance sheet and, 166
cash flow and, 166
financial statements and, 163–5
financial strategy and pricing in, 161–3
other important financial statements and, 165–6
profit and loss statement in, 163–5
First copy costs, 153
Five year impact factor, 250–1
‘Flat’ information world, in scholarly publishing, 443–4
Flat World Knowledge, 188
Framework Programme 7 (FP7), 12
FriendFeed, 277
Full-text XML, 200–1
Fundamentals of a publishing business, 290
Funding agencies, 294, 296, 301
Funding, in research and development, 54–7, 60–2

G

'Gold’ open access, 432–3
Google library project, 361–2
Google Scholar (GS), 248–9
Government, in research funding, 55–7
Graduate publishing programme, in professional institution, 465–6
‘Green’ open access, 433–4
“Green Road” approach to open access, 12

H

Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), 4, 56, 296
HTML5, 92

I

IFLA Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, version 2 (AACR2), 228
iGoogle, 276–7
Igor Ansoff’s product/market matrix, for journals, 126–30, 134
Immediacy index, 251
Impact factor, for journal, 20, 250–1, 296–7
Incunabula, 79–80, 216
Information-seeking behavior, in journal publication, 273–5
Inkling, 92
Institutional funding, 60–1
Interactivity, in electronic publishing, 275–7
International Chemical Identifier (InChI), 107
International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE), 32–3
International Standard Book Number (ISBN), 222–3
International Standard Name Identifier (ISNI) Agency, 224–5, 309
International Standard Text Code (ISTC), 223–4
Internet publishing, 38–9
Interoperability, digital publishing and, 215
iPad, 91
IT systems development, 205–11
iThenticate® system, 341

J

Journal
article production workflow, 203
article version of, 476
assessing alternatives to, 421–3
brand and marketing of, 303–4
causes of function system breakdown, 423–7
circulation of, research, 5–6
data and, 10–11
development of, 392–6
business plan for, 392–4
editorial management, 395–6
ethical and legal issues, 395
publishing partnership for, 392
strategic, 256–9
editors
conflict of interest, 344–6
contract for, 386–90
publishers and, 347–9
publishing manager’s relationship management with, 385–411
electronic publishing for, 9–10, 215–35
impact factors for, 20, 250–1, 296–7
impact metrics of, 249–55
modern. See Modern journal
portfolio as, 166–8
publishers, 8, 24, 284–5. See also Publishers
content usage by, 304
scholarly, 18
working with editor, 405–6
publishing. See Journal publishing
Journal Archiving Tag Suite (JATS), 221–2
Journal Citation Report (JCR), 250–1
Journal publishing
abstracting and indexing, 104–8
agreements for, 365–72
assessing impact and usage of citation, bibliometrics and quality in, 243–64
assessing the internet’s impact on, 427–30
assessing the role of open access publishing models on, 432–5
author metrics, 262–3
business models and, 145–68, 430–5
business processes management, 205–11
citations of, 282–3
creative commons licence, 372–4
critics of, 2–3, 17
current status of, 6–9
customer insight, 307–10
dark cloud of, 11–13
early view effect of, 259–60
economies of scale in, 135–7
editors ethical and legal issues, 395
ethics and integrity in, 337–51
evolving role of the sales intermediary in, 310–11
future prospects of, 13, 263–4, 413–38
industry structure, 7
information-seeking behavior in, 273–5
legal aspects for, 355–79
market research, 307–10
metadata and text mining, 277–81
Michael Nielsen, hypothesis, 101–2
network effects on, 127–9, 135–7
in new research and learning landscape, 110–12
open access publishing models and, 300–2, 431–5
plagiarism in, 26
political zeitgeist and, 436–8
portfolio development in, 134–9
prevent, detect and respond to research and misconduct of, 340–2
primary research, 109–14
programme management in, 134–9
public perception, digital publishing and, 436
quality, impact and popularity of, 245–6
research behavior and, 414–26
researcher workflow in, 272–5
rise of the internet and, 427
sales, licensing and marketing in, 289–312
securing sustainable income in, 305–7
strategies to attain large scale production of, 136
technological and content investment scale of, 103
technology and, 427–30
trade regulation, 356
trends in, 2–3
user experience, 269–71
user-centered design, 270
workflow in online, 113

K

Kakenhi, 156
Kindle Format 8, 92
Knowledge index, 104

L

Larger publishers, 307, 478
Layout-independent XML data, 200–1
Leadership and management skills, in publishing, 467–8
Legal aspects, in journal publishing, 355–79
Lemmatisation, 247
LexisNexis, 126
Libraries
changing role of, 321–6
decision metrics in purchasing, 294–7
digital collections in, 316–21
discovery and role of, 333–4
generations of, 323
licensing process for, 305
open and public access to, 329–33
research, 324–9
researchers support from, 292
scholarly publication, evolving role in, 315–34
Library consortia, 294

M

Machine-Readable Cataloging, 227–8
Managing expectations, during interaction with editor of society partner, 403–4
Manuscript, 16–17, 25, 34, 37–8, 88, 201, 210
Market development
diversification in, 125–6
vs. product development, 123–34
Market research, 304, 307–10
Marketing, for journal publishing, 132–1, 289–312
Mass digitisation, 361–2
Mastervision, 308
Meetings management, 401–3
Mendeley, 84, 87, 133
Metadata, 175, 198–202, 227, 233, 277–81
Metrics in purchasing decision, for library, 294–7
Mobile devices
digital revolution and, 80, 89–92
in scholarly publishing, 448–9
Modern journal, 3–5
Monographs, 114–17

N

National Institutes of Health (NIH), mission, 56–7
Natural language processing (NLP), 95
Netflix inspired model, for scholarly publishing, 446
NetVibes, 276–7
Network effects, on journal publication, 126–30, 135–7
New social media, 43
Newton’s prism experiments, report of, 419
Nielsen, Michael
blog post, 477
hypothesis, 101–2
“no-one pays” model, 12

O

OAPEN Library, 181
Offset printing, 196–7
OhioLINK, 150
Online Information Exchange for Books, 228–9
Online publishing, barriers in, 445
Ontology, definition, 93
Open access (OA), 13, 152–3, 260–1, 329–33
business models, 300–2
development of publishing models for, 431–5
eLife journal, 12
green road approach, 12
hybrid, 154–5, 301
publishing, 450–1
types of, 433
Open peer commentary, 41
Open (participatory) peer-review, 40
Open Researcher & Contributor ID (ORCID), 31, 37, 225–6, 247, 309–10, 452, 479–80
Open review, 22, 27–9, 39–40
OpenURL framework, 232–3
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), 54, 56, 307
Orphan works, 361–4

P

“Paradigm shift, ” in research, 63
Patron-Driven Acquisition (PDA), 179
Pay-per-view (PPV), 151
PEER Project, 434
Peer review
article-level metrics, 42–3
consistency in decision-making, 37
e-letters, 42–3
existence and recognition of bias and potentially conflicting interests in, 32–3
as the foundation of the primary literature, 20–3
making decisions and communicating it to the authors, 34–6
misconception of, 19
monitoring the review process of, 33–4
new models for, 38–41
open (participatory), 40
post-publication review and evaluation of, 41–4
primary literature foundation by, 20–2
process management and requirements in, 23–34
in rapidly evolving publishing landscape, of journal, 15–46
recognition of bias and potentially conflicting interests in, 32–3
reviewer selection and finding for, 29–32
reviewers acknowledgement and appreciation in, 36–7
reviewers decision-making and evaluation of, 34–8, 210
selection of articles to review by reviewers, 40–1
‘traditional’ model, 25–7, 39–40
types of, 27–9
Peer-reviewers, 408
Peer-to-peer contact, 404–5
Personalisation, in electronic publishing, 275–7
Philosophical Transactions, 417, 474
Piracy issues and enforcement routes, in digital publishing
controversies and uncertainties in, 377–8
forms and types of, 375–6
litigation formalities and requirements in, 376–7
Point of care decision support, 87
Political, Economic, Sociological and Technological (PEST) analysis, 394, 413–14
Portfolio development, in journal management, 134–9, 166–8
Positive externalities, 127
Post-publication evaluation, 21–2, 41–5
Potential reviewers, identification of, 30
Pre-press costs, 153
‘Pre-print’ posting, 39–40
Pricing models, development of, 297–302
Pricing practices, 446
Primary research publication, 109–14
Print on demand (POD), 115, 175
Printing, offset, 196–7
Product and brand impacts, in scholarly publishing, 448
Product brand, 303
Product development, 95, 124–6, 130–2, 134
Product tiering, 162
Production system, 210–11
Production workflows, 195–212
advances in, 196–7
business process management, 205–11
electronic, 202–5
IT systems development in, 205–11
metadata in, 198–202
quality assurance in, 211–12
XML-based processing in, 198–202
Product/Market matrix, Igor Ansoff, for journals, 126–30, 134
Professional and Scholarly (PSP) Division, 464
Professional networks, 83–4
content purchasing, 293–4
current and future skills in, 467–8
external forces and their impacts, 441–55
marketing and brand, 303–4
Profit and loss (P&L) statement, 163–5
Project funding, 60–71
PsychiatryOnline, 89
PubCreds, 30
PubGet, 87
Public access, 329–33
Public domain, 357
Public Library of Science (PLoS), 212, 42, 155–6, 301, 331
Publishers. See also Scholarly publishers
adding value to publishing, 302–3
commercial activities, 290
conflict of interest, 344–6
contracts with society, 390–2
ethical issues, 337–51
interests in semantic technology digital revolution and, 94–6
product development, 95
search engine optimization, 95–6
user personalization, 96
scholarly journal, 18, 473–5
Publishers Training Centre (PTC), 463
Publishing
academic. See Academic publishing
accompanying commentary on, 41
business fundamentals of, 290
commercial viability of, 349–51
communication strategies and, 99–142
contract, 390–2
authorisation for, 391–2
editor’s responsibilities, 390
ending of, 391
finances, 390
ownership, 390
responsibility for decisions in, 391
retaining and renewing, 410
starting the agreement, 390
variation in, 391
warranties in, 391
winning through relationship building, 409–10
current and future skills in, 467–8
electronic. See Electronic publishing
ethics and integrity in, 337–51
journal. See Journal publishing
licensing for, 289–312
misconduct, 23
national occupational standards for, 464–5
partnership, for journal development, 392
peer-review, 338
professional. See Professional publishing
researchers and, 53–4
scholarly. See Scholarly publishing
staff training courses for, 461–4
stakeholders and market drivers of digital book, 178–81
strategies in, 99–142
team members for, 399–400
Publishing manager and editor relationship management, 385–411
Publishing standards, development of electronic, 215–35

Q

Quality assurance, in publication industry, 211–12

R

Rapidshare, 375
Readability, 447
Recognition of bias and potentially conflicting interests, 32–3
Red Sage project, 109
Referees, 25, 408
Reference linking and DOI metadata storage, 204
Reference works, 118, 120, 366–8
Relationship management
audits or health checks in, 397–9
between editor and publishing manager, 385–411
managing publishing manger and journal editor in, 404–8
tools for, 396–7
Remote Sensing Letters, 131
Reproduction Rights Organisation (RRO), 359, 364
Research
basic, 54
in business sector, 58–9
as career, 59–60
commonalities and differences in, 70- 1
communication of, 69–70
funding for, 54–7, 60–2
generating and analysing data, 67–9
managing and supporting, 62–4
researchers and, 57–71
in university conduction of, 58–9
Research journal, circulation, 5–6
Research support unit, 63
Researchers
competition and collaboration in, 71- 3
individuals and team, 65–6
as information consumers, 66–7
needs and functions of the journal, 415–21
publishing and, 53–4
research and, 57–71
workflow, in journal publication, 272–5
Review
process monitoring, 33–4
‘wastage’ of, 37–8
Reviewers, 17, 25, 408
acknowledgement and appreciation of, 36–7
selection and finding of, 29–32
selection of articles to review by, 40
training for, 31–2
Ringgold database, 309
RoMEO service, 332
Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy (REP), 121–2
Royalty, 368
Run-on costs, 153

S

Sales, in journal publishing, 289–312
Scale of journal publishers,
technological and content investment, 103
Schematron, 199
Scholarly communication, exploring, 124–6
Scholarly content, purchase of, 293–4
Scholarly ecosystem, 53–74, 291–2 See also Scholarly publication
Scholarly journals
business models for, 147–58
advertising and sponsorship, 157
author pays model, 152–5
author self-archiving and institutional/subject repositories, 155
bundling and multi-journal packages, 149–50
consortia, 150–1
digital archives and back files, 151–2
hybrid open access, 154–5
other revenue, 157–8
pay-per-view purchase and rental, 151
reader pays model, 147–52
sponsored sales of single issues, 157
subsidy, 155–6
Scholarly publishers
to prevent, detect and respond to research and publication misconduct, 340–2
relationship between journal editors, 347–9
respond to suspicions of fraud and misconduct, 342–3
role in peer review, 18
role in setting journal policies, 344–6
trust, 473–5
Scholarly publishing. See also Professional publishing Academic publishing
barriers in, 441
business models and costs, 477–8
changing environment and, 323–4
changing role of libraries and, 321–6
commercial hopes and realities of, 445–6
digital collections and, 316–21
evolving role of libraries in, 315–34
external forces and their impacts on customer demands and preferences, 447–8
editorial impacts, 447
‘Flat’ information world, 443–7
product and brand impacts, 448
source of stability, 453–4
trends in, 454–5
value equation impacts, 448
library generations and, 323
open and public access to, 329–33
research assessment and, 327–9
research library, as learning space and, 324–6
stewards of content in, 475–6
triple helix, research funding and libraries and, 326–33
trust in, 473–5
unethical issues with, 338–40
Science policy, 57
Scientific Electronic Library Online (SciELO), 156
Scientific publishing industry,
strategic developments in, 102–4
Scimago Journal Rank (SJR), 251–3
Scopus, 126, 248, 309
SCRUM, agile programming methodology, 208
Search engine optimization, 95–6
Secondary publishing, 104–8
Securing sustainable income for journal publishing, 305–7
Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML), 230–1
Self-archiving open access, 433–4
Semantic enrichment, 201
Semantic technologies, 93–4, 284
Semantic Web, 94
Serials crisis, 148
Sermo, 84
Shared bookmarks, 84–5
Single-blind review, 27–8
Smaller publishers, 307, 478–9
Smartphones, in digital revolution, 90–1
Social media, 70, 304, 451
Social science database, 108
Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP), 464
Source Normalised Impact per Paper (SNIP), 254–5
Sponsoring Consortium for Open Access Publishing in Particle Physics (SCOAP3), 301
Springer’s MyCopy, 197
Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML), 221
Standardized Usage Statistics Harvesting Initiative (SUSHI) protocol, 295–6
Standards development organizations (SDOs), 218–20
Standards, for electronic publishing, 215–35 See also Electronic publishing standards of
STAR Metrics, 264
Subscription panacea, end of, 450–1
SuperJournal project, 109–10
Sustainability, in scholarly publishing, 449
SWOT analysis, in journal publishing, 393–4

T

Taxonomy, definition, 93
Taylor & Francis, 131
Technical proceeding, 120, 122–3
Tetrahedron letters, 420
Text mining, 277–81, 284
Textbooks, 118–20, 187–8
The Neuroscience Peer Review Consortium, 38
Tiered pricing, 299–300
‘Traditional’ review, 25–7, 39–40
Trust, in scholarly publishers, 473–5
Trust networks, 451
Tulip project, 109

U

UniPHY, 84
UQ eSpace, 333
User experience, in journal publishing industry, 269–71
User personalization, 96

V

Value equation impacts, in scholarly publishing, 448
Version of Record, 476
Virtual International Authority File (VIAF), 225
Virtual reality/gaming, in scholarly publication, 85

W

Water and bedrock strategy, 139–41
Web 2.0, 80, 82–6
Web of Science (WoS), 246–8, 331
Web-based data storage and retrieval of chemical information, 107
Weighted citations, 252
WIPO Copyright Treaty (WCT), 360–1
Workflow, in scholarly publishing, 86–9, 452–3
World Association of Medical Editors (WAME), 35–6, 344, 347–8